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Renovating and hurly burly

07/10/18 – and so the van conversion goes on, covered one of the back doors with stretchy fabric, good job even if I do say so. Covered the 2 wheel arches with some off cuts of carpet, not a bad job again Middle strut on the bed put in and plywood panels put up, the… Continue reading Renovating and hurly burly

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Rebuilding and running

30/09/17 – We now have a month to get going on the van, so this is us up to now First things first tea for the two workers Most of the insulation is now done apart from the roof and bits around the window, skylight has been ordered so thats the next job along with… Continue reading Rebuilding and running

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Its finally window installation day

19/09/2017  – Well we have been insulating like crazy when work, time and weather allows. Still not finished, but can at last see an end. The floor is insulated and down. Spare room is getting emptied, thank goodness as the work is getting done. I am now apprentice carpenter !!!! Sweeper, foam filler and most… Continue reading Its finally window installation day

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Out with the old in ( hopefully) with the new 

Well having decided we will now build our own van, it’s with tears in our eyes we wave goodbye to Seamus New van being sought as we speak, lwb is all I know as vans is mans stuff !!! So any tips, help or ideas are most welcome. Anyway we are over half way through… Continue reading Out with the old in ( hopefully) with the new 

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Back to Blighty

Monday – Tuesday  01/5/2017 – 02/5/2017 Monday and its our last day in France, we are in Gravelines, the name is derived from the Dutch Gravenenga meaning Counts Canal. we decide to go out for our last meal before we head off back to the U.K. tomorrow, only to find that its a bank holiday,… Continue reading Back to Blighty