Fuelling wood on a Gulf gas station!
To load wood on a Gulf gas station doesn’t happen to often. It was therefore an honour for us when we loaded 0,6 cubic metres of processed wood at the gas station at Vännäs motor museum. The staff had processed the wood for us with their own museum machines from WWII. It was their machine that inspired me to make the wood hacker. It’s the same principle with a piston moving back and forth, punching out bits of wood.
Per-Erik Ågren arrived to the museum with his Volvo 544 PV. And when the wood was loaded we invited Per-Erik and the museum staff to a ride in our car. After that I got to drive his PV. It was really interesting to drive it.
We recommend Vännäs motor museum for those who like engines. There is a wide selection of car, boat and airplane things. They have stationary engines, tractors and chainsaws. The items are often put in a scene looking like it would have done in real. The airplanes and helicopters are hanging in the ceiling and the chainsaws put in a small forest. Mickes found his favourite place in an old fishing shed with a marine engine lying on the table for repair.
We want to thank the museum staff for helping us with wood and the nice welcome!
We have put up our tent just outside the museum. To morrow we are going to travel down to Sundsvall.
Click on the image to see a film when Erik Dahlqvist and Daniel Granath guide us in the museum.