Outfit: Hi Gear Voyager 6 Location: Hampshire Joined: 04/9/2012
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Nookie in tent, no way. I even have to make sure the windows are closed in the house due to her combining nookie with vocal range training.
I do remember doing a sponsored walk from Canterbury to London. The night before the walk started, all participants stayed on the floor in sleeping bags in the mess hall at a barracks. There were some quite brazen people there as many of the sleeping bags turned into little caterpillars shuffling around the floor accompanied by grunts, sighs and shhhhhh's during the night.
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Its what camping in the great outdoors is all about! You owe it to yourself to live a little!
Freedom from the domestic routine definitely adds a nice dimension to things, but we tend to use adult only sites for that reason as I don't think other adults really bother what is seen and heard and it seems we aren't the only ones!
Outfit: Terra Nova Ultra Quasar Location: East Anglia Joined: 07/8/2017
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Quote: Originally posted by TG Campers on 09/3/2017
We have a autistic 5 yr old girl who only ever sleeps through the night when camping, When home she sleepwalks to our room so wifey and me sleep in different rooms.
However as soon as we get in the outdoors she sleeps like a log so the old airbed gets some hammer. Roll on easter, been a long wait since september.
You might be interested in this.
Basically your daughter maybe suffering from too much co2 build up in the bedroom with a bioeffluent factor as well, which could be affecting her sleep which can then have implications elsewhere in her life, its more of a problem with new builds when windows and doors are not left open compared to old draughty buildings where the airflow is much higher, but could explain why she's out like a light when camping.
Some studies suggest people notice the CO2 buildup from around 800ppm and as the first link show's you can get build up to the 3000-4000ppm within a few hours.
I wonder who else sleeps better when under canvas compared to at home.
On topic. One time camping at Llyn Gwynant http://gwynant.com/ a couple in a big frame tent decided to have the noisiest nookie in the afternoon whilst other campers were arriving setting up and kids running around messing around all around. It was a loud vocal performance, you could probably have heard this around most of the site and due to its duration, this wasnt a quick wham bam I did wonder if this was some sort of practical joke being played out. Never did see who walked out of the tent afterwards but I'm sure they'ed have got a round of applause for time and effort, had others not been so polite to ignore what was going on!
Outfit: Sunncamp Breton 500 Plus (its a tent) Location: North Hampshire Joined: 23/8/2009
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Quote: Originally posted by Nickmiow on 26/2/2018
Well obviously Iíve never done it, but a friend of mine...
But for those campers who canít keep their hands off each other, I have the remedy to the whole children/sex conundrum.
I know what youíre thinking... Nope, put a dollop on the exterior zip pull tab & youíll have the time to finish.. Rearrange your attire and assume innocent expressions 😇
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