A Friendly Wave

Mr OrangeTree replied on 16/08/2019 13:54

Posted on 16/08/2019 13:54

It may be my imagination, or my age related increase in grumpiness, but has the friendly wave to passing motorhomes stopped?

Waving to yourself, as I have been for most of this year, is arguable a sanity questioning thing, but I am not noticing a response rate that is very high at all!

It's not a biggie, of course.  It's just that it has felt different this year. 

Apperley replied on 16/08/2019 14:26

Posted on 16/08/2019 14:26

Why can't we wave at each other? It's a basic human reaction and nice and friendly in a world that needs a dose of friendliness.

Safety? In our MH it's the passenger who has waving duties.

MichaelT replied on 16/08/2019 15:58

Posted on 16/08/2019 14:07 by huskydog

I always wave , but no doubt there will be someone along to say it's dangerous and you should be concentrating on the road winksealed

Posted on 16/08/2019 15:58

I always wave if I am not on my mobile, drinking, eating or having a fag wink

EasyT replied on 16/08/2019 16:10

Posted on 16/08/2019 13:54 by Mr OrangeTree

It may be my imagination, or my age related increase in grumpiness, but has the friendly wave to passing motorhomes stopped?

Waving to yourself, as I have been for most of this year, is arguable a sanity questioning thing, but I am not noticing a response rate that is very high at all!

It's not a biggie, of course.  It's just that it has felt different this year. 

Posted on 16/08/2019 16:10

Being simple minded it used to amuse me when driving solo to flash my lights and wave to the occasional car travelling in the other direction with more than one occupant, Almost invariably they waved back. I could imagine the passenger saying to the driver 'who was that?' 'No idea'! laughing