After 3 years in Cornwall, Jemima was rolling again with lots of new metal but it was time to return from whence we came.
She was packed in a van with all the usual household stuff and rolled into her new garage the next day.
Not a lot happened for a few years, except I would spot some rust and rub it off, and paint it, then some time later it would come back again, so it was rubbed off, again, and painted.
Once the house was finished, and I had rested, redecorated the house, and rested again, I ventured back into the garage for some serious work on Jemima.
The underneath was sealed, the back axle cleaned and painted, wings fitted and a new bonnet was bought (and not fitted).
This activity didn't last long.
And then we moved house again.