We spent most of the day at Caravan and Motorhome Solutions at Chard. They were very busy and were fitting us in when they had a chance. Eventually Sandy came and took a look at our leaky manifolds. The hot water manifold had already been sealed up with silicone but the cold water one on the right was spraying water from a crack at the end. Sandy depressured the system and left it to dry and then came back and
Just as we were getting Bertie ready to head off from Appledore we were really pleased to catch sight of MS Oldenburg on her way to Lundy. The ship is Lundy’s connection to the mainland and is the only way to reach the island. The ships sails a couple of times a week and takes 2 hours to make the trip from Bideford to Lundy. It was a short drive from Appledore to Barnstable where we filled up with LPG.
Bertie had all his birthdays in go this week. He has a new 60litre LPG tank (actually holds 50 litres), a 120 watt solar panel, a towing hitch on his tow bar and a smart new mifi system from http://motorhomewifi.com/. All this in the last week and now we are ready for the big trek but sadly there are no firm plans to do that yet although I have to admit the idea of spending the winter south of the