The latest addition to the pack is Rhubarb & Custard. Another 4m, but with a ZIG. I opened up the camping magazine and that was it, love at first sight (again). Had to keep the interior of Rhubarb a bit tasteful as he's a bit full on with his red and lemon stripes! (also have to keep a bit secret as other half is blissfully unaware of his existance at the moment.)
First trip out was to Haddon Grove at Bakewell. For £6 a night can't fault the site!
Finding a suitable pitch, this will do
All pitched, and now with stove hole, which was my job for the weekend
Kitted out 'shabby chic' style (with additional dog hairs)
cosy snuggled up at night time
Love my new chandelier (bloody expensive, so don't look at link if you are broke)
Not a bad view - first night, sitting outside the tent
My lovely petromax light again - the amount of heat this churns out is brillant!
Arghhhh! cutting him up!
Central heating sorted
See I can do basic camping with no EHU...
A nice walk within distance of the campsite
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