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Transmission update

A small update about VANessa’s gear box. The mechanic determined that it had a leak that either developed after the initial rebuild or was always there (he didn’t specify). 338 more words


Oregon: Camping with the critters

Given that it’s -8 F here in Vermont right now, I’ve taken great pleasure (envy) looking at photos from 2016 when we traveled across the States in the van with two dogs and a cat called Stevie. 152 more words

Travel Writing


Whilst my humans were off gallivanting to Nepal, I was treated to a spa day. My humans thought I was in need of some oiling so a kind gentleman from the local garage collected me and took me to his luxurious surroundings for a bit of pampering.  133 more words

New Year's Eve in Christchurch, and a hangover hike on Waikuku Beach.

It’s been a few days since Najomi and I were among the first people all over the world to make the countdown to 2018. New Zealand is at least an hour earlier, compared to the rest of the world, and there’s a twelve hour time difference between here and Belgium, so while most of our friends and family back home were still having breakfast or brunch, many a Kiwi were already getting shitfaced, as is customary in New Zealand as a way to set in the new year, which is, coincidentally, also how they celebrate just about any other event, such as Christmas Eve, or Friday. 1,182 more words


Waffle boards / Recovery boards

Waffle boards, sand ladders, recovery tracks / boards, they are an essential part of every 4x4s equipment . They can be used to give extra traction when stuck in mud, can be used to bridge gaps or to make a ramp up otherwise insurmountable edges. 626 more words


Our camper vans in Australia

Both Andy and I have visited Australia before and agree that one of the best ways to explore the country is by driving yourself around. Road Triiiiiip!  956 more words