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Old 12-01-2012, 19:55
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80ish miles. Depends on which route we take and that depends on what time of day.
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Old 12-01-2012, 19:56
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hi das. our van is a whole 8 miles away from our house in sunny hull. love like this because we can go at any time and when were there its as though we could be anywhere.
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hi das. our van is a whole 8 miles away from our house in sunny hull. love like this because we can go at any time and when were there its as though we could be anywhere.
Ahh i remeber you telling me choc.Still can't get my head around it though
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Ahh i remeber you telling me choc.Still can't get my head around it though
hi das. but when you started this post it sounds like youve had enough of the travelling. now if it only took you 15 mins then you can even go to work from there and stay anytime. i do feel lucky though coz im on a non letting site and our van neighbours a great. the site pub is great. the fishing is great. no silly rules. and im happy with the site fees. if your ever in the hull area give me a shout and i will welcome you to our van and we can talk plant mate.
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69 miles around 1hour 15 mins
Leeds to near Filey.
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We are around 100 miles or 2 hours door to door. Just a long enough journey on a Friday night straight from work Glasgow to our little corner of paradise in 2 hours - perfect!
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We are 90 mins away, straight down the M62, through Hull, that is the easy part, it is the twisting roads on the other side that adds another 30 mins to the journey...worth it though

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Ours is about 140 miles - 3 hours from Essex, with a following wind, including a hike round the M25 (Englands largest car park!) A bit far really, but we've had this love affair with the New Forest for years, so couldn't really imagine buying anywhere else.
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Ours is just less than an hour travel time.
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I don't know how i missed this thread anyway our caravan is 300 miles away or 5 hours away with a short stop half way
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