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PostSubject: Desert Wolf   Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:46 am

Hi, I have just registered because:
1. I wanted to reply to a post
2. We have, after years of camping and using Land Rovers, bought a second hand Desert Wolf expedition trailer. The ultimate aim is to give up work and head South, hopefully to Southern Africa, so I am interested in any posts about that. In the meantime we will content ourselves with short trips in and around Europe, maybe Northern Spain next summer, again I'd be interested in any experiences people have had.
3. Are there any other Desert Wolf owners out there? The guy we bought it from thought there were about half a dozen in the country.

So Hi everyone! cheers1
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PostSubject: Re: Desert Wolf   Thu Apr 05, 2012 3:40 am

Hi and welcome to the forum.

I'm hoping to do a trip to France and Spain either later this year or early next.

Then hopefully in the not too distant future sort a trip to Morrocco.

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PostSubject: Re: Desert Wolf   Thu Apr 05, 2012 3:41 am

Hello & Welcome to the Forum!

Im pretty sure your the first Desert Wolf Owner on here, but I could be mistaken. Look forward to seeing you around the Forum! thumbsup

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PostSubject: Re: Desert Wolf   Thu Apr 12, 2012 3:39 am

Welcome Itchy - or should we call you Feet? cheers

Pretty sure you're the firt Desert Wolf owner here, then again who knows?!!

Just back from Northern Spain by the way, good part of the world with very few Brit tourists about - always an added bonus. Much as I love crispy bacon, I can get a full English breakfast here in the UK, so why should I go seeking one abroad? Give me a local chorizo omelette or tortilla with fresh rustic bread any day. Mmmmm ... tasty!!! thumbsup

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PostSubject: Re: Desert Wolf   Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:39 am

Tom Mc wrote:
Welcome Itchy - or should we call you Feet? cheers

Pretty sure you're the firt Desert Wolf owner here, then again who knows?!!

Just back from Northern Spain by the way, good part of the world with very few Brit tourists about - always an added bonus. Much as I love crispy bacon, I can get a full English breakfast here in the UK, so why should I go seeking one abroad? Give me a local chorizo omelette or tortilla with fresh rustic bread any day. Mmmmm ... tasty!!! thumbsup

I wouldn't mind heading back to Tor for another portion of their potato Fatata and locally produced chorizo Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Desert Wolf   Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:00 pm

wideformat4x4 wrote:
Tom Mc wrote:
Welcome Itchy - or should we call you Feet? cheers

Pretty sure you're the firt Desert Wolf owner here, then again who knows?!!

Just back from Northern Spain by the way, good part of the world with very few Brit tourists about - always an added bonus. Much as I love crispy bacon, I can get a full English breakfast here in the UK, so why should I go seeking one abroad? Give me a local chorizo omelette or tortilla with fresh rustic bread any day. Mmmmm ... tasty!!! thumbsup

I wouldn't mind heading back to Tor for another portion of their potato Fatata and locally produced chorizo Wink

You mean ...



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PostSubject: Re: Desert Wolf   Thu Apr 12, 2012 6:19 pm

Yep thats the very place Very Happy

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