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... when stuck in traffic. To combat the problem we've done two things: attach a temperature switch, like fitted to computer power supplies for instance, to the top radiator hose with simple zippy ties (see photo). This will switch the fan on when the water temperature reaches 90°C making life for the rider's legs much less 'cooked'. We've also fitted a manual switch to turn the fan on. In hot weather and slow moving heavy traffic this will keep temperatures at ...
... relax. Two hours till we take off for San Francisco. Will update later. The San Francisco flight down was terrific. We were in seats 1A 1B and had tons of legroom. The seats were huge and felt more like an armchair. They served prawn salad with hot rolls for lunch with a nice selection of wines to choose from. The flight landed a bit early so we were able to spend some time in the United Lounge before they called our ...
We woke to the alarm clock at 5.30am to witness going under the Golden Gate Bridge, only to find it was quite foggy and we were not able to see the road line structure. The lights from San Francisco city and the Bayside bridge were very pretty, the actual hype about the Golden Gate Bridge was a little over exaggerated in my option , no lights across the top, in fact the Bayside ...
... on a bit to begin with you could avoid getting quite so wet but alas a little too late.
Now onto some of the perks of camper van living, some of these I think only apply in Canada. The roads are for the most part very long and straight so if we wanted some crisps or a jumper from the back whoever was in the passenger seat simply stood up to collect them and came back to sit in the front. As you could see for miles this seemed pretty safe and was certainly convenient.
... a toilet before running to the bus.
Enjoying glorious fresh air lasted more than twenty minutes as I waited for a transfer before finally giving up and walking a block to Granville. Low and behold it was just letting a queue of people on. Good job I didn't get lured in by the Pacific Centre mall, as I was going to see Hollister after all the fuss by the campers, but opted out as I could never wear it without having flashbacks to their lack if manners. ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility