So I thought for this blog I would upload photos. Photos taken from the same spot but a year, 6 months and 1 month ago. Are you ready? Let’s begin.
Ive been back in Baku for 3 weeks and a little bit, finally, photos of progress. My lovely family and friends don’t realise how hard they are working and therefore how much the bus is progressing each week. Here are photos from upstairs. It looks amazing, so happy I’m going to be the first personContinue reading “Bright and airy upstairs”
For me the exciting part is beginning, the internal design and creation of sills, shelving, trim and counter tops. Many pieces of paper, pencil chewing, head scratching and measuring tape. Steve is happy with the calculations and is chalking details onto each slice of Oak. A huge jigsaw puzzle trying to find the most efficientContinue reading “From little Acorns might Oaks are Born”
Lots on the go, nothing finished
Wind, Rain, Storms! A fantastic day to make an i-movie about the painting of Walter so far and share it with you. Just thought I’d share a stormy photo first. Gorgeous huh? The light, the clouds, shade, wind, the smell of the sea and of lighteningand fish and chips as I near the quay. Continue reading “Painting the Outside of Walter”
As far as possible I wish to provide my own electrical power. Due to being based in the UK, it will not be possible to run everything all year round from solar panels, but, I’m going to have a real good try. Chris is an expert in Solar. energy and I have stolen himContinue reading “Electrics, Solar 12v and 240 volt”
Today we celebrate the amazing work of Bob and Steve, Screen Replacement and Repair services. Coach and Commercial windscreen repair services https://www.facebook.com/Coach-and-Commercial-windscreen-repair-services-415502705714726/ based in Norwich Norfolk, they work on anything with wheels and a screen. As mentioned in Walter’s windows Part 1, there are several jobs to be done. Below are some of the highlights. 1) FullyContinue reading “Walter’s windows Part 2”
Walter is not so old but, when it rains small leaks appear. The hopper type windows let in a slow but persistent trickle of water. A bus is also mostly windows on wheels 28 side windows, 2 front and 2 back windows 32 in total. When the temperature rises above 15 degrees C it beginsContinue reading “Walter’s Windows Part 1”