Neglected ours again today.......left on its toddy whilst in swinging London sightseeing centrally and beyond the realms of reasonable road siding, actually in a budget hotel room in Westminster with a working shower, unlike our beloved m/h.
S'all good though and having a lovely time supporting the local economy.................free food at trafalger square was tasty too and the 'crusties' are an overwhelmingly fantastical bunch of diverse and intelligent beings as obviously portrayed by our overtly right wing and sloppy media. So there! Everyone is doing their bit, you too and no one can deny the absolute incredible
I've been living in it.
We've been at Stratford upon Avon at the YouTube meet.
It's been enlightening and enjoyable to meet like minded people. Not that I understood them when they started talking geeky.
Passed its MOT today with no advisories
I didnt have any real concerns but you never know and its just a nice feeling to get that out of the way.
So, now to complete packing this afternoon and off we go again tomorrow ... yeeehhhh!!!
Remove d the plastic step liners on my Ford Transit based Burstner to check for rust having seen elsewhere that water can collect under the liner and cause a serious rust problem. There are drain holes but they can easily be clogged with mud/road dirt. Fortunately mine were ok with just a bit of rust around the drain holes. If anybody is contemplating doing the same thing the step liner is held by three plastic rivets through the top flange and there are two studs with nuts which are screwed into the step liner and poke through the step floor. It is more than lilkely that the nut will be seized so I held the end of the stud with mole grips as it is not threaded all along and then you can free off the nut, once the nuts are off the liner should just lift out except for the drivers side which needs a bit of wiggling about to get it out.