|Gray Elgar 3rd
|Sitting in the SunSet in Ireland
|Elgars Rainbow - Norway
|The Dormobile Seats - as beds
|Ireland Wild Camping
|The Awning - and Wine
|The Arctic Circle
|On Top of the World in Ireland
|Sitting chatting with the kiwi cyclist
Chatting to him we found out he was a New Zealander and had been personally invited to Norway by the Prime Minister. He was a carpenter and was renowned for his work in the Antarctic for restoring the huts used by the various expeditions. The Norwegians had asked him to renovate Roald Amundsen's hut built in 1911. He had been paid by the government for the work and was touring the county by bicycle before heading back home to start the work.
|A cool breakfast stop in Norway
|Slartibartfast at his very best
So now we have just sold our beloved Gray Elgar 3rd after 10 years of service and have replaced him with the newer ‘Poppy’, a red and black 110 with 7 seats and all the bells and whistles, which we are going to make into another camper with a few more refinements for longer trips that we are hoping to do in the future.
|Poppy - with our K2, in Scotland