Outfit: Pennine pullman (1980s) Location: London Joined: 15/7/2013
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Off to the new forest for a few days on our first proper trip since buying a 30 year old FC last summer. Can't wait. My three year old has just learnt how to ride a bike so looking forward to lots of cycling fun on the forest tracks! Have fun all.
Outfit: Nissan Swift Fairway 586 Location: Kent Joined: 01/10/2012
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Ah thanks, I nearly went one year actually but the lady on the phone was so rude, that we didn't bother, but I hear it's changed hands since plus hearing stories about the road.
But I will make sure I will go this year as I've heard its nice.
I just remember now why she was so rude, because she had never heard of a folding camper, so she started saying is it a caravan or a tent, it can't be both etc.
------------- Up there for thinking, down there for dancing. 😎
Outfit: Lunar Planet (Carina) 1997 Location: Manchester Joined: 09/10/2013
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We are off to the Royal Umpire at Croston with our new Trigano Galleon, first trip out in it after getting it as an insurance replacement for our Sunncamp 400 that was damaged in the heavy winds late last year also at the Royal Umpire. They offered us 2 nights free in lieu of the nights we didn't stay back then.
Looking forward to getting back out in our TT, it has been difficult to stop ourselves from venturing out before easter, the bad weather has helped us though.
------------- Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.
Feel nostalgic (probably the wrong word) for the trailer tent, but love the caravan. "Camping" all year round is fantastic.