Monthly Archives: May 2011

Caravan update 3b

Things went into overdrive yesterday – just before Honey Pot, Ian the chippy swung by to announce that this was ‘the day’. Colin was pressed into service to help cart bits of caravan through to the back garden (straining his … Continue reading

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OK Simon!

Here, by ‘popular request’ is a picture of ‘Sherpa supervising’ site clearance. OK Simon?

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And there it was – gone!

Yesterday afternoon OV and I worked to clear the site of the old caravan (sadly rotten and beyond repair). Our work was monitored by Sherpa – in between tearing around the garden and chasing her tail. We lifted her into … Continue reading

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Canary-Coloured Caravan Update 2

This is what I found on my driveway when I returned from a short holiday in France. It is a sort of ‘flat-pack-canary-coloured-caravan-on-legs’ awaiting construction and painting. It’s creator called by to give me a guided tour of the pack’s … Continue reading

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Canary-coloured caravan update 1

The resurrection of the canary-coloured caravan has begun. Allow me to explain – you are looking at a roof resting on a base. So all you need to do is imagine walls separating base from roof. Add in a door … Continue reading

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