|The Ute in the shadows on the left and the vines looking their|
very best - not to mention Rodney and my TrailRider
He had been working away to resolve a slight problem that was most likely brought about by folk who worked on motorising it.
I saw a TrailRider being set up from scratch for the very first time and also had the opportunity to study the rear in some detail. I ended up with a clear understanding of the problem he had been grappling with.
|Rear view of the motorised TrailRider. Do|
you see how the wheel is displaced a little
to the left?
The slight shift of the wheel towards the left of the chair was causing a metal pin to gouge into the tyre.
Now I hope to go out around Newstead and show off my new toy. Josh (third son) is looking after me. Can a single sherpa safely operate a TrailRider?