The rig

As a matter of record, it took me 1 hour 45 minutes to get Chattie onto the back of the Sprinter and firmly tied down, at the end of Pre-War Prescott. Working on my own, it’s hard work, but this was always part of the challenge. We have some modifications to make to the rig, which will make it easier, like loops to go round the wheels instead of wrapping the webbing round. But here, for the record, is the result, which I’m glad to say lasted the whole way home.  Here Chattie is shown still tied down on the way to Rygor’s of Kidderminster, for the Sprinter to have its service.  Easier to leave Chattie on the back, after all that effort. Here I’m showing off my finished rigging.  Not the best, perhaps, but MY best!

RiggedUp

Chattie tied down according to Elizabeth Halls. Blood, sweat and tears (all right, sweat, anyway) went into that, I can tell you!

 

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