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Disproportionate hangovers more snow new skills and moving in

Following birthday celebrations of last night we awoke to another morning of snow with a headache far exceeding the amount of alcohol consumed,honestly we did not over indulge and Judith our hostess fed us good and ample food.

We then spent time practicing reversing Luther and did surprisingly well! Not HGV standards but hopefully enough to enable us to get out of sticky situations in the future.

There’s Rae at the wheel

Below is a picture prior to manoeuvring into his new position

There’s a very clever device fitted which connects to the caravan wheels and allows you to manoeuvre it by remote control. Genius invention!!!

Here he is in situ!

We have some teething problems around the heating system but we have a portable oil filled radiator which we can use in the meantime.

As you can see we have easy access between our 3 living areas caravan awning and pod. Caravan will primarily be a bedroom pod sitting room and awning is the conservatory. Luther comes with his own large and small awning which gives us further options. As you can see from picture below as usual snow did not last long however more forecast!

Bed set up and ready for tonight supposed to be a very cold night so fingers crossed as we settle down for the night. Gordon will be very happy as the bed is ample big enough for us all!!

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