Where do I start?Continue reading “The Van”
We pack up and get ready early to leave for home. I want to get back around midday, partly as the traffic should be lighter, but also need to get back to the office and do some work. The pack-up was pretty easy and we were on the freeway again.Continue reading “Bringing it back home”
They finished the last of the work, gave the van a quick wash.
We go through the hitch up routine, hand over a large cheque, we’re almost right to go. The van and the car are wired up for the van’s reversing camera, we’ve plugged it all in, but it’s not working. A problem for another time.Continue reading “Handover Day”
We where meant to be picking up the Van today, but they advised us a few days ago that there has been a short delay, and it won’t be ready till tomorrow. We decided to come down yesterday as planned anyway so we can do a better inspection, let them have time to fix any issues we find and do a handover today so we can be on the road sooner tomorrow.Continue reading “At the Factory”
Today we drove down to Melbourne to pick up the Van. We could have had it delivered to Belmont, but it was cheaper to pick it up from Melbourne and I felt the drive up the Hume would be a good way to refresh my towing skills, or lack thereof. 800k’s without the van on the way down and then the same again on the way back with the van on should get us use to everything.Continue reading “Down the Hume”
The guys at the office are calling the car Dumbo…. No idea why
Just over a month before D-Day.
We got the MUX a week ago
I’ve been looking at the rear seats and trying to decide if we keep them. To use the third row we would need to remove the cargo barrier, as this sits across the seats. While I probably would not have bought a cargo barrier, given the car came with one, it seemed silly not to use it.Continue reading “Time to Mod the Car”
Just over a month to go before D-Day. The journey beginsContinue reading “The Clock is Ticking”