The brakes on the Beast are fine! No costly repair! Merely the belt for the vacuum thingie (it’s a diesel and they have interesting bits) needed replacement. So relieved! The mechanic did ask how I managed to stop it…made me laugh. A one-ton with a heavy load like the build definitely has momentum. I have enough saved up to pay to have the problem fuel pumped out of the rear tank (water in the diesel turned out to be the cause of the horrible running and stalling) which covers all the mechanical problems. Thinking I should be knocking on wood or something for saying that. I celebrated by bleaching my hair again, in preparation for going lavender.
He also asked if I am building a camper or Tiny House. The other workers wanted to know. I also had a girl I’d met previously follow me the other day to chat about something ~ I cannot be invisible in this rig!
The picture here is the Original Oliver. He’s gone now but will never be forgotten. Best damn cat I’ve ever known.
Anyway, good news should be shared. 🙂