Thursday, 14 January 2016
Welcome to the New Year FOGs and friends.
We hope 2016 opens up new roads (and maybe even some old favourites) for you and your loved ones. Remember to send in those photos to share with us, wherever your road takes you.
And wherever you go, remember to be safe out there!
Monday, 21 December 2015
Thursday, 3 December 2015
Thursday, 5 November 2015
Congratulations to the latest FOG's Darryl (Daz) and Lyn!
Daz's superior photography has produced these lovely prints to share with you on their handover day.
Are they a bit excited???
" you bloody bet your pretty a@#$.... absolutely…!!!" (Daz's words, not Lyns!)
Congratulations you two, she's a beauty!
|A mighty fine rig from all angles...|
|The lovely Elaine and (the lovely) Ralf from Free Spirit Caravans|
|Lyn's Interior Decor|
Friday, 2 October 2015
I'm glad I asked...Thanks Martin and Sue...photos of their new (and second) Free Spirit Caravan! We love it too! FB
Here are a few pics of the new van, we absolutely love it especially the front loader wall mounted washing machine and the 255 litre Samsung fridge. Martin
Thursday, 1 October 2015
Just received this from Sue and Martin Van Eyk ...
We are in Blackwater in Central Queensland on a shakedown trip in our new van. Stumbled on this during my morning walk, a novel way to get a truckload of cows up a hill.
Cheers Sue & Martin
(Thanks Sue and Martin...but you know the photos we REALLY want!)
Monday, 7 September 2015
Most of you would have seen these drawings when you were designing your new FSC...for those who haven't, here's a birds eye view of Darryl (Daz) and Lyn's 'soon to be completed' van. Personally, I am a 'visual', so I like to see as much as possible in 3D before I make a decision, this made the process much easier for me! Special thanks to Darryl and also Ralf and Elaine at FSC for allowing us to publish design drawings. FB
Drawings 1 & 2 show the general layout we’ve chosen for our 19 ft 6 inch FSC, which happens to be build #073.
Whilst drawing 3 shows the underside with 4x water tanks – one is the general purpose water (which also collects the water from the very innovative “wet chassis” rail tanks), one is dedicated drinking water, and the other 2 are for grey water collection, which I can use one at a time.
Included are a couple shots of the new Ford Ranger we’ll use to tow it. (Not that you need a big tow car Daz!FB)