Because Dutch weather is (mostly) very wet we have built a tent so we’re able to continue cutting wood and basically have a workshop giving us the ability to continue when we like, without being delayed by lots and lots of rain.
What’s it for??? And why??? We’ll tell you later …
It must have been the hardest part until now but, there’s a new episode online on YouTube. Baba Yaga, will be haunting you somewhere, sometime … Hope you’ll like it.
To be honest, Social Media is not our strongest skill but nevertheless, the old witch, Baba Yaga, has now also got an Instagram and Facebook account where you can see small updates and, maybe for in the future, some nice and/or interesting promotions and actions.
Brilliant!!! I’m stuck in bed with a broken ankle after an accident with my motorbike. But I don’t want to focus too much on what I can’t do so I might as well make use of the situation and make part 2 of creating “Baba Yaga” into one of the coolest Bandbus/Nightliner.
It’s always fun to share updates about the whole process. These days it feels a little frustrating that I can’t work on the bus because of just one, really silly, accident. Oh well, I could better make the best of it and forget about the things I can’t do right now.
If you haven’t seen part 1 yet, go to https://youtu.be/qwcNI6MOIpM
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I had been waiting for weeks until the weather would be sunny again. Not particularly for the bus but to sell my motorbike which has been parked in the garage for almost a year without being used. Because it would be a waste it being sat there not being used, and I could use the money very well too, to put in the bus, I decided to sell it but I needed some dry weather to make some pictures of it.
So, I drove off towards the dyke keeping the Waddensea wet and our house dry. One turn to the right, waited for some bicycles crossing the junction, 400m from home, on the edge of our village, drove off again and before I could blink my eyes, my rear-wheel slipped and I fell on the road. Driving not even 5km/h, really?!?!?!
Turns out I actually broke my ankle and went straight of to the O.R. for some surgery ending up with a metal plate and five screws. BIG disappointment! Besides having broken my ankle and that it hurts, it also means a delay of at least 6 to 8 weeks because I won’t be able to work on the bus.
Perhaps I’ll have to start creating part 2 of “How to create a tourbus” to put on YouTube. Have you seen part 1 already?
A lot of people are really curious: “How did that work, getting such a bus from abroad?” Of course there are a lot more questions which have come past. This and many more I hope to show you all on YouTube.