“Good grief, will the Q&A never end?”, you may be asking yourself! Well, you asked so many questions 😀 So here is part two of what is now a three part series.
There were so many questions submitted for the Q&A that I have only managed some of them in this video, so it becomes Part 1 and I’ll have to do a Part 2 soon. Many thanks to everyone who sent in questions!
The van had to go for its annual MoT safety check and immediately afterwards I needed to visit Stroud to look at a roundabout, then onto Gloucester for some canal filming. So I made this vlog of the journey.
In the last couple of weeks, I’ve used the campervan as a mobile base for filming narrowboat videos, including trips to Boston in Lincolnshire and Tring in Hertfordshire. So I also filmed the van bits to make this hotch-potch of a vlog.
The thrilling sequel to “carpark campervanning part 1”, this episode sees me drink more tea, eat more food, and sit on hold for almost an hour as I try to complete the UK census.
Being unable to stay away from home overnight at present due to lockdown restrictions, I decided to have a weekend “away” in the van in the car park. This is part 1 of that exciting tale.
At long last, I made an upgrade to the site of the portable Dometic toilet in the campervan, giving it a dedicated space which is easily accessible both for use and for taking the toilet out for emptying. This finally frees up the space next to it for permanent storage too.
This is Part 3 of this project to replace the poor original overhead shelf and corner cupboard with a much better overhead cupboard and new corner unit.
Part 2 of the project to re-route the wiring to the ceiling lights and ventilator fan so that I can remove some plastic ducting which is in the way of my new shelf/cupboard/cabinet thing.
I never liked the corner unit at the back of the van – it was badly made (by me), looked grotty and didn’t hold much in when going round corners. Plus the shelf over the kitchen wasn’t much better. So, I’m re-making them but in order to do this, the job ends up much bigger than planned as I need to re-route some of the ceiling wiring.