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Old 9th November 2019, 10:49   #1
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Default A huge Thank You! to Stocktake!

Just to thank Dave Stocks (Stocktake) for answering my plea for help to accept delivery of a Motorhome wheel for me.

This meant I didn't have to travel 400 odd miles without the worry of not having a spare wheel.

Top man!

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Thanks Derek, sorry I was not so well but the antibiotics seem to be doing the trick, should be out and about soon, thanks ever so much for the bottle, so not necessary but really appreciated.
Finally sorry for leading you astray and directing you to a roundabout to turn round at and not warning you there was a Lidl there, hope it didn't cost too much
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Old 9th November 2019, 13:43   #5
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As usual, Dave was there when needed. Hope you are well soon Dave. Half a bottle of whisky over the weekend will do you good.
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Old 9th November 2019, 23:03   #6
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Thanks Derek, sorry I was not so well but the antibiotics seem to be doing the trick, should be out and about soon, thanks ever so much for the bottle, so not necessary but really appreciated.
Finally sorry for leading you astray and directing you to a roundabout to turn round at and not warning you there was a Lidl there, hope it didn't cost too much
I was very glad to find Lidl after the overpriced Motorway Services, and stocked up for the journey.

I nearly fainted to find diesel was £1.549 per litre at Hamilton Services, 15 miles away, same brand was 23p per litre cheaper, shocking!

Glad you're feeling better!
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