Greetings from Poland! - Fiberglass RV


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Old 01-21-2015, 11:49 AM   #1
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Greetings from Poland!

My name is Paul and my wife is Anna. We come from Poland, here we live, work and grow up our two sons: Patrick and Jacob.
Here we have built our home and here we've got passionate about fiberglass.
We own a trailer, brand: Niewiadow n126e (CADET), that we have renovated by ourselves. We would like to share with you the experience and observations that we have gathered during our renovation but we are also interested in new ideas and your opinions.
We like your trailers very much, but they are hardly to find in our country and that's a real pity.

Regards to everyone!
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My name is Paul and my wife is Anna. We come from Poland, here we live, work and grow up our two sons: Patrick and Jacob.
Here we have built our home and here we've got passionate about fiberglass.
We own a trailer, brand: Niewiadow n126e (CADET), that we have renovated by ourselves. We would like to share with you the experience and observations that we have gathered during our renovation but we are also interested in new ideas and your opinions.
We like your trailers very much, but they are hardly to find in our country and that's a real pity.

Regards to everyone!

Welcome Paul, if you think your trailer is hard to find in your country you should try finding one in North America! ;-)

There are a few folks here that are lucky enough to own a Cadet though. Although I haven't seen to many of them just this summer while traveling here in Canada, I saw two different ones. Very cool little trailers.
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Welcome to FGRV!
I like your awning and am curious about how it is attached to the trailer.
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Welcome to the forum, Paul & Anna!

We love participation from beyond North America, and look forward to hearing and seeing what you have done with your Cadet. We see a few of them over here. I recall last year someone was wanting help translating the written information on the fridge in their Cadet. We could have used your help!

Happy camping!
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Old 01-21-2015, 01:55 PM   #5
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Welcome to the group Paul
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Old 01-21-2015, 02:44 PM   #6
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Paul and Anna, welcome! You have a nice trailer. I've only read about Cadets, but never saw one in person. I'm glad that you figured out how to send pictures. You'll get along fine with this group! Are fiberglass trailers popular in Poland?

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We are glad you joined! You have a good brand of trailer.

My father's father came from Suwalki (Przejma) around 1890.
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Witaj! We are happy to know all about camping/caravanning in Poland and other European countries.
And we love photos here....so please show us camping sites that you visit, when you can.

We're glad you and your family have joined us.
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Paul and Anna.........
We definitely enjoy following others builds.
And we love pictures, pictures, pictures...........
Did I say we like pics..........?
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Old 01-22-2015, 08:52 AM   #10
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Thank you everyone for a very warm welcoming and we would like to invite you to our renovation plot.
Our English skills are very poor (usually we use google translator) but our passion for fiberglass is huge.
kępingi fiberglass are popular Niewiadów.Foto will be a lot.
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Paul, I sent you a private message. Look in the top right corner of this page near where you sign in.

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It appears there is a huge following for these trailers across the "pond". I wish I could speak Polish. My Father's family came from there in the late 1800's but the language was lost in the last 120 years. Soon after they arrived, English was the only language my Great, Great Grandfather allowed in the house. Forced assimilation was the norm back then.

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