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weekender

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    Seat Tarraco xcellence lux 190
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    Adria

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  1. https://europa.EU/youreurope/citizens/travel/carry/meat-dairy-animal/index_en.htm This is the official European Commission site of what can be taken into the E.U. nothing that will bother us to much plenty off shops over there can’t see my PG tips on there so all good.
  2. https://www.wohnwagen-spiegel.de/automerken I purchased a set of EMUK mirrors from this company just select which type you require and any extras you want maybe spare mirror, state your specific car and model. Order on a Monday delivered following Wednesday not cheap but a superb fit and good rear vision even with a wide van.
  3. Why would someone unfortunate enough to have a adverse vaccine reaction invoke anti vaccinate response . Which followed by information saying that if you’ve had a serious allergic reaction don’t have the vaccine at the moment . It will followed by updated information in the future, seems ok to as I’m in this category.
  4. Vaccine priority groups: interim advice Based on the information provided, the committee agreed that it was not possible to come to a firm position on priority groups at this time. This provisional prioritisation for COVID-19 vaccines is based on preliminary information on the vaccines in development, and provisional timelines for vaccine availability, and is subject to change. This advice assumes availability of a vaccine which is safe and effective in all age groups and has a moderate impact on transmission. The committee strongly agree that a simple age-based programme will likely
  5. Is the covid vaccine for the under fifty’s still at priority to be determined stage as of the 2/11/20 Gov site couldn’t find later information. I assume that will be determined by individual health conditions of those who would benefit by having the vaccine. Or maybe as more vaccine comes on line take the age groups lower? Are NHS under 50 going to receive it anyway? I don’t think they are included I could wrong but, can’t see them on the list
  6. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/940936/Priority_groups_for_coronavirus__COVID-19__vaccination_-_advice_from_the_JCVI__2_December_2020.pdf more information for those that may want it . My condition make me feel less risk with the vaccine than not, either way results are unknown to me my choice but others will be different I’m fine with that.
  7. Given all the information published on the government web site about the vaccine much more than I posted here it’s perfectly reasonable to evaluate when your own needs will benefit. Ask friends who are health care professionals from my conversations not all feel totally relaxed about it, biggest factor for some is no long term data let’s not bully people, trust come with time.
  8. REG 174 INFORMATION FOR UK RECIPIENTS 1 Package leaflet: Information for the recipient COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine BNT162b2 concentrate for solution for injection This medicine does not have a UK marketing authorisation but has been given authorisation for temporary supply by the UK Department of Health and Social Care and the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency for active immunization to prevent COVID-19 disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 virus in individuals aged 16 years of age and over. Reporting of side effects As with any new medicine in the UK this product will b
  9. Smart phone and Apple car play and use Google maps or Android equivalent works for me, also you can use in tandem with cars built in system in case you lose signal or use as a comparison .
  10. My first two stroke aerial GOLDEN Arrow 1961 brand new longest trip Sussex to Cornwall almost made back but seized up about 50 miles from home luckily had decent scarf and a tow from my mate the last 50 miles. At 16 years old and thinking I was indestructible this bike did facilitate at few trips to hospital , bigger bikes and a bit more ability saw me through to car ownership with a few scars but nothing broken.
  11. Our van went up on axle stands at the start of second lockdown and will stay like that until we review what’s happing around March next year so if sites are open or closed it will be of no interest to us . I do think if you have/want to travel staying in your own unit with facilities and be self contained is probably quite a safe way and the least invasive to others.
  12. CMC sites reopen from December 2 except those in tier 3 not sure if this is a good idea?
  13. Does anyone remember making key bangers when going to school they consisted of the old fashioned hollow keys larger the better which one would pack with the head of red matches fit a suitable size nail to act as detonator pin, tie a decent length of string one end to the key other end to the nail swing around head strike nail first against any wall if you managed to split the key that was considered a good one. Indeed how did we survive, don’t tell my grandchildren.
  14. Don’t be sorry I did say those were the days , include what you like does peg our age though. By the way back to caravaning when we had our Sprite Alpine we had a pollard awning and every pole was threaded separately took ages and a good test for our marriage .
  15. I remember our trips down to Cornwall with mother dad and auntie and myself we had Morris version of the Austin seven as it had four gears although some hills still had to be tackled in reverse if that failed we would walk and meet at the top, Dad had his two favourite spanner’s and screwdriver at hand in his top pocket which seemed to fix everything. The trip took two or three days depending how many brew ups and adjustments were needed on the way that was from Sussex.
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