Regarding yesterdays visit to look at the Lunar Venus, we are not in the market for a new van certainly not at £12,000+. We wanted to have a good look at it with a view to maybe buying one when they start to come onto the second hand market in a couple of years or so.
Like a car, a caravan looses around 25% in value as soon as it goes on the road, I am not into to throwing my cash away. Nor are we in it for the kudos of having a ‘new’ van.
We are looking at doing a fairly substantial trip September 2014, once we get back from that we will see how we feel about carrying on, and then maybe look into changing the van. If we only intend to carry on for a couple of years it will not be worth it and we will keep our Bailey until it falls to bits.
DB had his INR this morning so a combined visit to the Drs and the library van to change our books. The main street of the village is a real mess. Severn Trent are working on the water mains, there is mud all over the road, its like a skating rink in places.
Spag bol and garlic bread for supper with the rest of the bread and butter pudding for dessert.
OH walked without his stick to go to the Drs this morning, so although I will keep it in the crutch in the car he can do without it from now on.