The rafting season has officially taken off, so our time with the Campbulance has been limited to brainstorming ideas for future improvements that will have to happen when our days get a bit less crazy.
My parents and grandparents visited a few weeks ago, so they finally got to meet Campbulance in person. Christian and I were both excited to pick my grandpa's brain about the electrical system (he's a seasoned RVer).
I think everyone was excited to see it in person, especially given the fact that the last house on wheels they saw me purchase was a 1979 Ford Econoline conversion van that had seen much better days.
I'm going on working eight days in a row that doesn't look like it will end anytime soon (which is a welcome issue after having gone a month without work between the seasons). Christian has been busy qualifying as a Class IV river guide, so between the two of us, we're not too hopeful much work will be happening on Campbulance until the season starts winding down in August.
Until then, hopefully we'll be able to order some much needed parts so they're ready when we finally do find the time to work on it.