• Rain stopped play with the new window installation but at least I mananaged to weatherproof the aperture and build the aluminium surround that will eventually hold one of our 'patented' shutters.

    Advantages that I'm not sure if I've written about before with our shutters include keeping the windows clean when driving through filthy conditions and keeping the vast majority of water away from the actual window frames in the first place much reducing the possibility of water ingress issues. They are a pain to make but have paid us back in spades, the side shutters are covered in scratches that would have utterly trashed the polycarbonate by now.

Tweaks and fixes are an ongoing part of the project. This series of pages form a blog - of sorts - and is intended to give a flavour of the day-to-day realities of living with the truck as issues crop up and tweaks and fixes progress. Many of the posts eventually end up getting written up properly and included in the main body of the Trip Truck site; so if you think you have read any of the older posts somewhere else, you almost certainly have.

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