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Just a query is it ok to be a member when we only have an onsite van. 



-- Edited by Oldie on Wednesday 18th of December 2019 05:32:10 AM

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It really depends on the moderator of the site (Cindy). My opinion:- It's OK to be a member with on-site or even no van - Onsite vans and the owners of them can have similar problems and idiosyncrasies to Nomad (travelling) vans.

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If you are good boys and girls I see no reason why not, you are still in the playground. Your situation might change one day and be on the road.

My late wife and I had a CV on site at Kilcunda near Philip Island many moons back and for many years. We sold that when we moved to Wonthaggi to live and Kilcunda was only 10 mins down the road. We got another CV on site in Yarram East VIC and had that for 5 years. We loved 'on-site' holidaying and I tell you that for free.

I am now a full time Solo GN and love it. Just missing the CEO.




Keep Safe on the roads and out there.

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A warm welcome from me also, Oldie

In my opinion, this is a good site, for gaining information, about caravanning/travelling/old age stuff/etc, etc

As you have to join, in order to ask a question, then I assume that this forum is open to anyone

You may find yourself (in the future), in a position to answer some questions about, permanent living in a caravan park

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