The week after the removals was reserved for cleaning and finishing off the remaining sewing jobs. Operating in austerity mode using the absolute minimum in tools and equipment that had been retained or borrowed. Most of this needed to find room in the car to be driven to Tasmania.
The final act was to bury the sign which had hung outside for a dozen years under the floor.
Packing up 15 years worth of one’s life is not an easy task. Everything had to fit into no more than one 20′ container for shipping to Tasmania. Deciding what to take and what to leave behind was a good opportunity for a major cull.
Everything was ready just in time for the removals men. The house slowly emptied out and was stacked in the contaner in what resembled a game of 3-D Tetris!
Not satisfied with just moving next door, Rudolf couture is relocating to Tasmania. New premises and fresh ideas make for a lot of excitement!
Opening mid-May 2015 in one of Launceston’s most iconic buildings, the 1936 ‘Holyman House’ located in the heart of the CBD.