Jonathan: I’m sitting here in the motorhome, it stripped of everything personal except two piles of carefully organised items, one for each bicycle pannier. Three more big parcels of goods and chattels were sent off at the post office this morning – that’s seven in all now at a total cost of about £107. All that’s left to take with me are a few clothes and toiletries, plus oddments I couldn’t send by post, including two small saucepans and a 5 litre bottle of bicycle chain cleaning fluid!!! I’ve cleaned the motorhome out thoroughly, emptying and disinfecting the loo, santitised the plumbing, refilled the water tanks, polished every surface until it gleams, and got the paperwork ready. Just one thing left to do: sleep my last night in this dear old motorhome, and then drive in the morning take it round to its new owners. It makes me very sad: this motorhome has played such a crucial role in my life over the past 9 years. All the time I’ve spent in it, I’ve probably lived in it for more than two years, all told. I shall be glad to not have the necessity to have to live in it away from home, but for all that I shall miss it very much.