After our little celebration at Denny’s, we went right out and started measuring the minivan in the parking lot … taking pictures like proud parents of their first child.
Interior width, length and height were measure on our new-to-us 2000 Ford Windstar.
Fluids were again confirmed to be clean, without suspicious odors.
Looks like Bob and Suanne are discussing something serious with Cliff doing a walk-around on the minivan.
The build begins this week, as a small volunteer team assemble in the forest of southern Oregon.
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Julie McDowell saysMay 27, 2019 at 9:56 pm
Please keep us posted! How exciting!
Rick B saysMay 30, 2019 at 5:26 pm
Fantastic. Please post updates.
Marg McGill saysJune 20, 2019 at 8:14 am
I hope to travel in my mini van this summer. I think the design is well designed and should work great. You and your workers are doing a great thing as there are more and more people who cannot afford rent. I’m a senior and fortunate to have a condo and live on my cpp and oas (govt pensions ). In Canada. I have scrimped and saved after losing my marriage and my job in the late 80’s. I am going to do a practice run, hopefully to Prince Edward Island. Keep up the great work. You are keeping someone off the street.