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Old 10-15-2015, 10:20 PM   #85
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Nice. Keep the pics coming.


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Old 10-16-2015, 06:09 AM   #86
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Great to see the colors-hate not viewing them firsthand!

Have you settled on a home in Ireland? Please let us know the town.

Safe going to you both!
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Old 10-16-2015, 11:25 AM   #87
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Great to see the colors-hate not viewing them firsthand!

Have you settled on a home in Ireland? Please let us know the town.

Safe going to you both!
Well the colours are getting better every day but late yesterday and today the high winds have wreaked havoc. Freezing temps here overnight but no bother, we're good.
We will be in Ireland on the 22 Oct and start looking for a home in the Limerick City area. We have it narrowed down to the areas we would live in and now the hunt begins in earnest and hopefully we'll have a place for Christmas. The coach is on it's way shortly and we collect it in Liverpool on the 5th Nov.
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Old 10-23-2015, 05:49 AM   #88
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Well we are sitting here in beautiful Limerick Ireland while we await the delivery of our coach. It is being loaded on the ship in Halifax as I type along with about 2 dozen other rigs both European and North American. We ran into many Euro units on our 77 day odyssey across the country as well as 2 other Canadian travelers doing the same thing we are. We put on 11,970 km (7,438 miles) since we left our island home
Stay tuned for more in the near future.

edit: just for your info, there is a company in England that specializes in North American coaches, they are becoming very popular here.
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enjoy the waiting time! Make sure you post a photo of your coach when it's being unloaded!

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Old 10-27-2015, 12:16 PM   #90
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enjoy the waiting time! Make sure you post a photo of your coach when it's being unloaded!

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We won't be allowed in the yard where they unload. They will put it out in their compound and then we pick it up from there.

Here's a pic of our home base we are buying here, 6 bedrooms, 3 baths and plenty of room for the coach.
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Looks like you are doing just Fine!

Good for You! What a fantastic adventure.

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Old 11-14-2015, 04:46 AM   #92
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What a horrific situation in Paris, hard to imagine another human can be so cruel.
Well thanks to ISIS we will bring our coach from England to our home base in Ireland and wait this crap out.
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Will you be revising the location in your i/d listing? You're a long way from Nanaimo now.
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Will you be revising the location in your i/d listing? You're a long way from Nanaimo now.
Sheesh, thanks for the reminder I completely forgot abut that.
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Old 12-24-2015, 04:26 AM   #95
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Finally settled in our home base

A very Merry Christmas to all
We are finally settled into our home base in Ireland and ready for Christmas fun. The coach is in the drive and we added a Peugeot 307 for convenience.
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a very merry merry christmas to you too Mentor, beautiful home base that is!
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Back on the road again soon.

Well we are getting sorted after a lovely winter here in Ireland and will start touring soon now, here are three of the last photos I did before we left Nova Scotia plus one of the Alberta Badlands.
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