Linda is our host and Kim has supplied us with AMENITIES as our prompt today.
I cannot pee in a field.
It’s a given, going back over 60 years when I had to and ended up with a wet skirt. Thank goodness it wasn’t anything else.
When Hubby announces we are going camping, I’m keen enough, but insist on going to a site that has a flush loo.
He found that amusing saying that half the fun was living rough. I said I didn’t mind sleeping in a tent on hard ground, cooking on a single burner (I hate him, as he cooked a proper breakfast of bacon and eggs with a cup of tea all on the one burner and everything was hot, whereas the hottest thing of my effort was the tea), and doing without the TV or radio, but if I couldn’t have a flush loo, I wouldn’t go (excuse pun).
So, whenever we went camping, he would always check out the amenities, priority being a flush loo, even if it wasn’t in a shower block! We had some fun times.
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I would agree but now that I have a urostomy I can pretty much pee anywhere😂 TMI😂
That is a up side…………..
I don’t do camping without a proper loo !!
Well, I didn’t get a wet skirt, I got dropped on my be-hind by my worthless sister. I held her up, I don’t understand why she had to try to answer a text in the two minutes I had to pee.
I shouldn’t laugh…………………
But you are…. lol
I’m with you, Di! It’s the bugs I’m most afraid of. *shudders*
Neither Mary nor I are into camping, for exactly the reasons you state.
We would both find it difficult now with our mobility issues.
I was never a fan of camping – and I have a curse. If I ever lower my pants a crowd immediately appears – even if I’m on an uninhabited island!! (true story! and it was a whole Boy Scout troop! )
There is a 120 year old park not far from where I live. It’s mostly full of colourful plants and various trees as well as a bandstand and fountains. The latest amenities are a cafe hut and new wooden benches. It’s council run and has been well looked after throughout the years.
I remember the park and bandstand in the Bournemouth Gardens. It was lovely to grab a deck chair and sit and listen to the band on a Sunday afternoon. There was a small stream too which was safe for kids to paddle in. Happy days and memories.