Only problem with this was to find a gap in the weather permitting a bit of work out in the open under the beast. It finally came late afternoon, jacked it up and all that sort of stuff, got underneath and found on small spacer for the ball and socket joint was missing, further, much longer string of very rude words.
Tried to get back onto the SOS chappie but he’d taken a half day off to add to the May Day holiday tomorrow. So have to wait until Wednesday before anything happens on that front.
Switched to their plan B and that solved part of the problem but revealed another. No air in the rubber goodie on the front passenger side suspension. Even longer and more vociferous string of exceedingly rude words and put their plan C into operation. Net result is that now we have air back into the ballon, we can move around the island. Secondary plus point I am starting to get quite familiar with the pneumatic suspension.
The gale is so strong at the moment it stopped me from opening the van doors to get out.
Probably will not be before Friday now before we can think about moving on. The weather does not bother us as we were expecting it, and it is quite fun. Fascinating to watch the gulls soaring around in winds like this and at the same time they keep attacking the sea eagles flying over their nesting grounds. Breeding season is in full swing and there are literally millions of birds all over doing what comes naturally.
It is to be hoped that the weather puts up some interesting motives in the next few days and I can start taking some pics.
One good thing so far this visit to Andenes Camping I have got direct access to a hotspot on site instead of having to go into the town proper.