After the Christmas gatherings and Amber’s birth we did the rounds of Laura’s and Olivia’s (above) before heading off for an “out of town” week.
While at Olivia’s we were treated to some very low level flying by the Fire Ant Survey Unit checking the whole of Oxley Common – fitted in fairly well with Olivia discovering a Fire Ant nest in her front yard!
Our planned week out of town, after 1 night at Kilcoy, turned into a week back at Laura’s to help while they were all (progressively) sick! Then our turn to catch “it” at the end of the week!
While resting up between journeys we did some maintenance and improvements to the van; first the plumbing underneath:
The original grey water outletwith the vanity basin drain entering via a t-piece into the horizintal drain from the other outlets.
New arrangement with vanity connecting to horizontal drain and main outlet higher from the ground
Dust cap (hanging) and new camlock grey water connection
.then a few extra “bits”
Tap relocated to a more useable location
1700 watt Inverter and our “tidied” front boot arrangement
Printer and stand mounted on the wheel arch opposite the foot of our bed
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