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Tag Archives: camping
Cyranny asks Do you enjoy camping? Yes!! Hubby and I did a lot of camping in the early days. I did an entire series on it (links below). We had a lot of fun, without and with dogs, learned a … Continue reading
We are working our way through the planning alphabet, and are up to Plan C. That is, the rebirth of the Camping Chronicles. Today has been spent getting kit together (such a shame we got rid of the sleeping bag … Continue reading
I am not very good at accents. If I ask someone which part of Ireland they come from, they are more than likely to say Glasgow, or if asked about Scotland, Belfast. Some people find that odd as I have … Continue reading
Since my last post, things have not been going well. I would like to say we have found a property, but this is not the case. We have mastered piggy backing on free wifi, yet despite exploring areas where the … Continue reading
Hurrah. Contracts have been exchanged, deposit secured and for the next two weeks we can gather our wits and get our act together. The house looks like a bomb site, but already the dining room, conservatory and front bedroom are … Continue reading
And so my Chronicle entries draw to a close as we have now hired a Luton van and taken a trip down South to collect our furniture. We still have the tent, sleeping bags, and most of the kit, but … Continue reading
It was a nightmare almost from the start. Once the rain started, it never seemed to stop, but we carried on and as long as we could keep the three of us and our bedding dry, we managed for several … Continue reading
Our second tent was designed to accommodate 3 and similar to this. We progressed to single airbeds rather than rely on a duvet under us and had many trips away, be it for a weekend or full week. There were … Continue reading