What happens when you don't limit your options.
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You might be wondering why the hell we went through all this pain and trouble, only to park S.A.M. for a year or more.
How we designed and built the “kitchen” for SAM.
We wish we’d thought of something ourselves, but this is too good to pass up, so the egos must take a backseat.
This was, and hopefully will be, the most complicated construction in the campervan.
A week after it was installed, we took it on a little camping trip and tested out sleeping in the penthouse suite. What views.
Last post about the floor. Promise.
If anyone ever tells you that you should re-floor your van over a weekend of 35 degree Celsius heat, don’t listen to them. Trust me.
Had the sparky check the system with his UV light and all looked good. We lucked out this time.
I hope I didn’t just speak too soon. It might be premature to make that statement.
It’s been quite a while since the last post, so just wanted to check in and say yes, this is still an ongoing project!
One of the things I love about Yvonne is that she makes me do things. Lemme explain.
Yes, we’re still here. No, we haven’t been lazy in updating this blog. It’s just that we haven’t done anything lately.
We could have saved time and effort by paying hundreds of dollars to the pros to detail our van, but after eating all those Christmas chocolates and sweets, we needed the workout anyway.
I’ll admit, it could have been a much smoother start. But then again, without trials and tribulations, what would we learn?
We were only passively looking; keeping our eye on the market. Then, out of nowhere, there he was.
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