Two old wrinklies with two west highland terriers Traveling New Zealand

A typical day of departure

Today we are off to Leigh to a Rally for Dogs in RV’s. (Hi Di Hi campers) Prior to going however we have to get the AV/Nav system installed. This week has been one were even in semi retirement the stress of trying to just buy something makes you want to vote of selective euthanasia.

We had scheduled for Wednesday all the small warranty issues to be dealt with by Zion Motorhomes. Included in this was the installation of a new AV/Nav system.  (The one that came with the motor home was Puss to put it polity – Sony.) I had sorted out to but a JVC – Kenwood to replace it. This was meant to be delivered on the Wednesday. Yeah right PBT couriers and the distribution center for JVC – Kenwood couldn’t organise a piss up in a brewery. Listen every body Pokeno is rural next time over the Bombays have a look at what is class as rural.

As you can imagine it didn’t arrive so had to leave without any system installed. It turns out it took PBT Couriers 36 hours to deliver it to NZ Post so as they can deliver it. Go PBT Couriers Ra Ra New Zealand owned and all.

I am as I write this post in Pokeno awaiting the delivery (?). A Rural NZ Post van has been and gone and believe it or not the driver is owner operator and can not deliver for NZ Post in this area and a non sign written electric van will appear in the near future which delivers for NZ Post. Confused – If not please explain it to me some time.

If the system does not arrive on the next courier I will have the Sony system reinstalled so as we have a reversing camera. That will save Donna having to guide me into parking spots etc. and probably creating a very stressful event.

Will post latter to advise the outcome.

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