So now all we had to do was completely move out of the house before Monday. This was achieved with some much needed and appreciated assistance of a group of our friends who worked solidly until 1am on Sunday night. We cannot thank you enough, and know that you will be pleased that our bond will be refunded in full.
We moved the camper trailer and all other belongings (yet to be sorted) to John and Lyn Hobbs' house in Diddilibah. (No that is not a spelling mistake, it IS a real place!) There was also a very large load that went to the local rubbish dump. At the Hobbs' place, we set up the tent with the kitchen and awning completely. We have established ourselves as though we were in a caravan park, utilising the power to charge the trailers batteries, filled the water tank, and using the toilet, showers and washing machine. This is the kitchen area that folds out from the rear tailgate and sits beside the RHS wheel of the trailer. We also have a fridge and gas bottles on board. It should be enough to make us self sufficient for a few days, at least.
We have established ourselves as though we were in a caravan park. We have connected the battery charger to the power, utilised the toilet and shower facilities and the washing machine. This has been a fantastic trial run for the past week. Over the weekend, we will relocate to Nat and Chris Stevensons house in Buderim.
If you would like to see the camper trailer in all its glory before we leave, this weekend will be your last opportunity, as we depart for the Gold Coast next Monday.