|Car bits and bobs|
|Donated clothes and all our 'stuff'|
|1. Floors removed and ready to pack|
First in is the inflatable jack which was lent to us by Roger who uses it as part of his off-roading this sits on top of the petrol tank. The pump, half shafts (wrapped in carpet to reduce movement and protect the tank), spare inner tubes, tyre levers and tow ropes sit behind the tank. The base of the original petrol tank contains spares, heat resistant hose for use as a snorkel if needed and a spare battery which is used to supply power for charging batteries, phones, ipads etc,
|2. Jack, tow ropes and half shafts|
|3. Spares and secondary battery|
|4. Spares covered with MDF|
|5. Spare wheel, oil and tools|
|6. Floor sections installed|
Floor sections are then installed above the first spare wheel and the second spare and 20 litre Jerry can are stored. A shovel, compressor and chocks are stored in the spaces at the sides of the wheel and Jerry can. Top floor sections are finally added to leave the space for storing our 'stuff'.
|7. Second spare and Jerry can|
|8. Final floor sections added|
|9. Donated clothes go in first|
Once the final floor sections have been added the first items in are two large containers of donated clothes which will be delivered to a couple of the SOS Children's Villages we will be visiting.
|10. Drawer unit and medication|
Behind the drawer unit goes another 10 litres of petrol, large storage box, and our tents.
|11. Sleeping bags and tents|
|12. 'Fridge', water and more petrol|
A 25 litre water container also sits behind the drawer unit and will be filled when we get to desert areas where water maybe hard to get readily.
A collapsible kettle, lanterns and a medium storage container complete the set.
Camping stools, pots, stove and water filter are stored down the side of the drawer unit. A bowl with crockery, cups and cloths and our kit bag go in before the final piece of the jigsaw which is the pull out table that sits in the frame below the top floor sections.
|13. Camping stools, kit bag and table|
Crunch time. Would the doors close? Yes!, Result!