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A Winter Well Spent


Just joined the forum in the last couple of days so thought I would show you my pride and joy.  It was a busy winter!!!

It was a tradies trailer and I have put a kitchen in the passenger side and all my tools in the drivers side(hoping to pick up some work on the road)

Everything folds away.  There is a gas hot water heater, 2 burner stove, sink, 100lt water tank and pump, 3 way fridge.  The annex tent I had made by Streamline in Devonport to my design and it packs away and is stored in the front box.   Sleeping accommodation and clothes etc storage is in the Delica.   I'll see if I can load some more pics that I took on a short trip over Christmas.

 



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Very nice set up TT, hope you manage to pick up a bit of work along the way, I am sure you will! smile

And welcome to the forum! smile



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And a abig welcome from us as well ...Alan and Delilah...The Mongrels....

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Thanks guys.

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Well done Tassie Tiger. You've certainly done a great job. Very clever idea using a tradies trailer.

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Welcome to you Tassie Tiger, Im sure you will have a great time in the Big Playground.....Stay happy....Sarg

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Welcome Tassie Tiger.Your set up looks great.How long does it take u to set up?I have a Toyota Hi Ace Campervan and been in it over 6yrs now.Just love it.Looking forward to hearing from you Cheers



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Hello alwaysontheroad and thanks for the welcome.  Being fairly new at putting it up it currently takes between 45minutes to an hour depending if I get the order of assembly right.  I am aiming to get it down to half an hour or less with practice and developing the right technique.  I figure I am on a permanent holiday so what's the hurry anyway.

Whereabouts do you hail from and what have been your travels?

 

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