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post #21 of 65 (permalink) Old 15-06-2015, 20:27 Thread Starter
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We have a gass generator

Supposed to be quiet

It should be

Cost 5thousand pounds

And we would always use it
Responsibily

And yes

I'm pissed off with all the anti generators out there

So pay your money

Get a good one

And shut up

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Quite right BARRY

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At that price I would imagine it has it's own wheels and one tows it behind the van.


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It's built in

Press a button to engage it

Purrs like a baby

Mind you its a long time since I heard a baby purring

Thankfully

We have rarely used it

Another thing that is there in emergancys

Apart from driving the van

I keep Albert for emergencies too

Haven't used him much either

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At that price I would imagine it has it's own wheels and one tows it behind the van.


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Complete with white gloved generator valet


How would anyone in their right mind spend 5k on an occasional bit of leccy


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For 5K you could have solar panels all over the roof and both sides + plus your own sun

And 6 X 6v Traction batteries - whch you could transfer to the mobility scooters

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Well

My mind is as keen as ever Gemmy

And I choose to do that

I'll be leaving plenty behind when I go

I've never needed anyone in white gloves as a valet

In fact never needed anyone to serve me at all

We haven't used it much

But I have a heart problem and can't manage heat

We travel off season or did

Now Albert struggles against melonoma

Who knows

Maybe he too will need the aircon

Gemmy careful

You may well be treading on someone's heart
The cycle of life turns quickly

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I find Guitars being strummed annoying!
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Geoff we could have alsortwithin the weight of the van
We have solar panels,sufficient batteries

What is it that makes people have a go??

We choose a gas powered genie
For us it was worth it

Maybe we could afford it

As yet we don't use it that much

As things are going maybe never

I m upset with you
I'm not pretentious

We bought it thinking we may need it
And hopefully we will

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Ive seen and heard Sandra and Alberts Genny. It is a fantastic bit if kit and really quiet and you cannot see it or hardly hear it. If you can afford all the bells and whistles why not have the best? Beats pissing around with a can of petrol and a suitcase job in a soggy field.
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