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Published: December 20th 2017
Well hello there - it's me Gabby. I really think Jen has been rather remiss in not telling you all about me. She didn't even bother putting a photo of me on the last blog. So what shall I tell you? They bought me weeks ago and I had to sit on a neighbours drive because they could not get me on the drive. It's not that I am large , in fact I am smaller than the other old girl Suzy. I am 2.58metres high. I am 6 metres long and 2 metres .05 wide although you shouldn't ask a lady how wide she is. I am a PVC apparently - a panel van conversion otherwise known as a camper van. I'm German and very efficient.
I am gold coloured. I stand out much more then Suzy did. I think I am much prettier too. I got on the scales and weigh in at 3.300 tons although I should have been a bit coy about that. On my roof I have a rather nice solar panel so when I sunbathe the suns rays work wonders topping up my batteries. I have got two leisure batteries but I run on
diesel . That smelly stuff the government hate and want to phase out. If I am in the right mood I can do over 32 miles per gallon but if I decide to be awkward I do less. I have a tracker fitted so Jen and Glenn cannot lose me. In fact they can see me on their phone. I wail loudly if sometime takes me without permission. I have a nice yellow gaslow tank filled with gas. I have a big locker - no it's not a big bum - its under the bed and I can store everything we need for a holiday abroad.
Inside I have a nice wooden posh floor. Not a carpet but something much more attractive. I have a table so that Jen and Glenn can sit and eat breakfast or play scrabble. My kitchen is very neat. Ok my sink is smaller than Suzys sink but its rather a nice steel one. My cooker is smaller and I have two rings. I have a nice fridge and some lovely cupboards. Very modern I am - shiny white cupboards called the Elegance range. Top of the range -nothing cheap for me. I deserve the best. I am warm inside with my gas heater. Lovely and cosy during the winter.
What about a T.V? I don't have one but you never know they might buy me one. I am looking forward to my adventures abroad. France here I come.
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