Dartmoor Walking Tour Diary - Day 3
. . . well, not not really.
The single bed configuration is ok-ish but each bed is a bit narrow and short so sleeping involves resting your feet on the front cab seats which spin round. Neither of us felt that we had had as good a sleep as the previous night. However - it is there as an option.
The kitchen sink does not seem to have drained. The manual didn't have any particularly relevant info on this - so we decided to check with the stockist from whom we'd picked up the Autoquest in case we were missing something obvious.
It seemed not - however, the guy there did suggest that if we'd parked on an incline or drove over a couple of rocks then it might dislodge the blockage. Hopefully this is the case.
We had a good, early start for today's walk which again we could do directly from the Motorhome.
Because we'd planned to move on the next day and the nearest water tap was 200 metres away we had decided to run-down the onboard water storage and use the site shower facilities - not a particularly enjoyable experience. Campsite toilets and shower facilities can be very variable. Tomorrow we shall restock our water.
Also because Princetown only has one small general store with little choice we had dinner in a local pub which was quite enjoyable . . . and had a few local beers (which was also quite enjoyable) . . .