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Message posted by Mucker1884 on 20/8/2016 at 8:52am
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Ordered 4No RA poles yesterday, for when I put my side panels up as tarps. Wouldn't have arrived in time for our trip to France, so we've put the order off until the Sept discount kicks in.
Bit annoyed at myself for not ordering sooner, but wanted a play with the side panels first, to make sure it was worth getting the extra poles. Then when I finally decided to go for it, someone had taken the liberty to swan off on holiday!


The other downside in the delay is that not only will I have mis-matched poles on show when I set up fully in France (pitch size permitting!), but also, after getting back to UK mid Sept, I doubt I will be looking to tarp up my side panels again until next season. If the panels do go on through autumn/winter, they'll almost certainly just go straight down to ground.

Had a long wait to try out my side panels last year. Looks like the same again with these poles this year! Sometimes, I could kick myself, and wish I had just gone for them straight away!


Still, at least the pound is getting stronger against the Euro... oh wait!



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Message posted by Jim1977 on 20/8/2016 at 9:39am
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I do wonder how the awnings would perform in those winds compared to the pod. The steel poles would not be immune from damage.

When we had that gusty afternoon last week that destroyed the gazebos on our field, the whole tent rocked. We'd taken down the RA by then, and zipped shut the FW. I was standing in the pod looking out into the awnings when one of the gusts hit and the CA, EA and FW all billowed out and rocked to the side as one (as did the pod).

All the awnings were guyed tightly and all the bungees and pegging points used (as I always do).

I did wonder whether those of us that don't use a ZIG in the awnings are more at risk of the awnings lifting without the weight of the ZIG below?

I would not recommend not pegging out all the bungees, especially if you don't have a ZIG attached....

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Quote: Originally posted by Jim1977 on 20/8/2016
Skiiddy
I do wonder how the awnings would perform in those winds compared to the pod. The steel poles would not be immune from damage.

When we had that gusty afternoon last week that destroyed the gazebos on our field, the whole tent rocked. We'd taken down the RA by then, and zipped shut the FW. I was standing in the pod looking out into the awnings when one of the gusts hit and the CA, EA and FW all billowed out and rocked to the side as one (as did the pod).

All the awnings were guyed tightly and all the bungees and pegging points used (as I always do).

I did wonder whether those of us that don't use a ZIG in the awnings are more at risk of the awnings lifting without the weight of the ZIG below?

I would not recommend not pegging out all the bungees, especially if you don't have a ZIG attached....



I have to admit that we have been, perhaps, a little over confident and rarely peg all the bungees however, that may change. I certainly feel the ZIG will give much more stability but we've yet to be in a similar situation to you or Mucker.

Its calm and sunny in East Devon at the moment but that's all about to change particularly on the coast. I am secretly wishing we were camping this weekend, just for the experience! Must need my single brain cell testing!

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La Capeyrou,Dordogne x 11 nights
Woodovis, Tamar Valley x 3 nights
Tristram, Polzeath x 4 nights
C&CC Dartmouth (regatta) x 4 nights






Message posted by Skiiddy on 20/8/2016 at 10:12am
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Quote: Originally posted by Mucker1884 on 20/8/2016
Ordered 4No RA poles yesterday, for when I put my side panels up as tarps. Wouldn't have arrived in time for our trip to France, so we've put the order off until the Sept discount kicks in.
Bit annoyed at myself for not ordering sooner, but wanted a play with the side panels first, to make sure it was worth getting the extra poles. Then when I finally decided to go for it, someone had taken the liberty to swan off on holiday!


The other downside in the delay is that not only will I have mis-matched poles on show when I set up fully in France (pitch size permitting!), but also, after getting back to UK mid Sept, I doubt I will be looking to tarp up my side panels again until next season. If the panels do go on through autumn/winter, they'll almost certainly just go straight down to ground.

Had a long wait to try out my side panels last year. Looks like the same again with these poles this year! Sometimes, I could kick myself, and wish I had just gone for them straight away!


Still, at least the pound is getting stronger against the Euro... oh wait!





You'd be more than welcome to borrow our Combi poles plus the RW's two, too, if you're passing through Devon to say Plymouth for the ferry!

I know you have probably said already but which site have you chosen in France?

Dartmouth Thursday (x4 nights) and we're going to take a week off in mid September; Mrs S fancies St Ives (my childhood stomping ground) me, NW France or Belgium, up near the German border perhaps? Not sure what the weather is likely to produce....thoughts?



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Dornafield Farm, Newton Abbot x 3 nights
La Capeyrou,Dordogne x 11 nights
Woodovis, Tamar Valley x 3 nights
Tristram, Polzeath x 4 nights
C&CC Dartmouth (regatta) x 4 nights






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Message posted by Skiiddy on 20/8/2016 at 12:58pm
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Quote: Originally posted by Mucker1884 on 20/8/2016
Why would we need to go all that way, when you are already there?
Get it up in the garden, and do your own bloody video!



Visitors at home this weekend so cant go and our garden (if you recall) is too bloody small and very sheltered from wind in fact, just picked up the dog having had a trim, from friends who live on the side of an almost mountain and its blowing a hooley but we are in a valley and nothing!

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La Capeyrou,Dordogne x 11 nights
Woodovis, Tamar Valley x 3 nights
Tristram, Polzeath x 4 nights
C&CC Dartmouth (regatta) x 4 nights






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Quote: Originally posted by Skiiddy on 20/8/2016
Quote: Originally posted by Mucker1884 on 20/8/2016
Ordered 4No RA poles yesterday, for when I put my side panels up as tarps. Wouldn't have arrived in time for our trip to France, so we've put the order off until the Sept discount kicks in.
Bit annoyed at myself for not ordering sooner, but wanted a play with the side panels first, to make sure it was worth getting the extra poles. Then when I finally decided to go for it, someone had taken the liberty to swan off on holiday!


The other downside in the delay is that not only will I have mis-matched poles on show when I set up fully in France (pitch size permitting!), but also, after getting back to UK mid Sept, I doubt I will be looking to tarp up my side panels again until next season. If the panels do go on through autumn/winter, they'll almost certainly just go straight down to ground.

Had a long wait to try out my side panels last year. Looks like the same again with these poles this year! Sometimes, I could kick myself, and wish I had just gone for them straight away!


Still, at least the pound is getting stronger against the Euro... oh wait!





You'd be more than welcome to borrow our Combi poles plus the RW's two, too, if you're passing through Devon to say Plymouth for the ferry!

I know you have probably said already but which site have you chosen in France?

Dartmouth Thursday (x4 nights) and we're going to take a week off in mid September; Mrs S fancies St Ives (my childhood stomping ground) me, NW France or Belgium, up near the German border perhaps? Not sure what the weather is likely to produce....thoughts?






Well, that's a very generous offer, Skiidder's. And one I very much appreciate. To be honest though, I do have 7 extendable poles from GO, which are more than capable of doing the job, so I'm hardly "in need", in the true sense! Obviously they won't look the part, to snobs like me, but they will do the job, so I'll put up with them this one last time. Thanks anyway.

In all honesty, I had a similar generous offer yesterday, but the potential donor realised he'd need his, as he'll be putting up his tents whilst we're away! Naturally, I thanked him too, and do so again here.   

What a thoughtful bunch us Karstenista's are!


We're heading for Camping De Vaudois just outside Frejus, with 2 x overnighters (in the tent, naturally) en route, rather than pushing it with one, and knackering ourselves out before we get there! It'll be like the Famous Five... except there's only two of us! LOL!

We've had to rearrange the original dates, as we have to come back a day early for a wedding on the 17th . By way of compensation though, we now depart 2 days earlier than planned. So Tunnel is booked for 08:50 on Thurs 1st. Sometimes I love my job!




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2015: 38 nights/11 camps
2014: 34 nights/10 camps
2013: 36 nights
2012: 23 nights

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Quote: Originally posted by Skiiddy on 20/8/2016

Dartmouth Thursday (x4 nights) and we're going to take a week off in mid September; Mrs S fancies St Ives (my childhood stomping ground) me, NW France or Belgium, up near the German border perhaps? Not sure what the weather is likely to produce....thoughts?




Must admit, I really do like the look of that France/Germany border area myself. Looks very chocolate boxy in places, and I know Muckerette would love the towns and villages.
Trouble is, a certain someone puts cycling down as a priority, along with the weather, so we need as flat as possible, and as south as possible. We also love the sea-side (although not beach-goers).

I think the likes of Alsace (and many others, for that matter) will have to wait until we rely on powered cycles! LOL!

I'm guessing for mid Sept, weather in Germany/Belgium, and even NW France, could prove little better than UK, particularly for us (out on bikes every bloody day!) Different if in the car, or strolling under a brolly, I grant you.

Looking forward to your Dartmouth pics just before I go away... enjoy!



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2015: 38 nights/11 camps
2014: 34 nights/10 camps
2013: 36 nights
2012: 23 nights

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Message posted by CampingLight on 20/8/2016 at 9:43pm
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Quote: Originally posted by CampingLight on 11/8/2016
Quote: Originally posted by Skiiddy on 11/8/2016
JimJam is annoying now - "Strike 3" - he's having a laugh and clearly far too much pleasure and enjoyment - does know how to pitch though! Is that your trailer Jim? Looks like an Anssems GT500?

And where are you?





Trailer spotting! I noticed your Anssems in one of your pics Skiiddy, if you ever want to sell it let me know my gt750 is getting a bit too small for all our stuff now, I can see the roof box will have to come out to play this year too!



Very observant of you! Bought it a couple of years ago off an advert on Gumtree, localish (Bodmin). Eventually, we had to have the side extensions added last year to take all our kit and STILL need the roof box too! Brilliant for storage, sits on axle props in the garage over winter full of gear so it stays warm and dry. Don't think we'll be selling it anytime soon unless of course we find a Holtkamper Kyte (Windforce version - so push a button and it inflates, push again to deflate) anywhere near a sensible price!

Our ultimate dream;

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Couple of years....still love the Karsten

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Skiiddy so your dream has just pitched next to us in France! Will have to sneak some pics with both Karsten and holtkamper in for you.


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I was looking at these windy kyte's around the same time as I was looking at the Karsten. Admittedly it was more for "future consideration", you understand! Still not convinced a TT is for us, certainly not just yet, but if that changes, I suspect this will be the first one we take another look at. I was particularly taken with how rugged and manly it looks when merely being towed... which I guess shouldn't be the first thing on the list of criteria!
Still, as it was £85.95 over my strict budget at the time, I opted for the Karsten for now!

Hope those pics materialise, Camping Light... I'll enjoy them too!

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2015: 38 nights/11 camps
2014: 34 nights/10 camps
2013: 36 nights
2012: 23 nights

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Quote: Originally posted by Mucker1884 on 20/8/2016
Ordered 4No RA poles yesterday, for when I put my side panels up as tarps. Wouldn't have arrived in time for our trip to France, so we've put the order off until the Sept discount kicks in.
Bit annoyed at myself for not ordering sooner, but wanted a play with the side panels first, to make sure it was worth getting the extra poles. Then when I finally decided to go for it, someone had taken the liberty to swan off on holiday!


The other downside in the delay is that not only will I have mis-matched poles on show when I set up fully in France (pitch size permitting!), but also, after getting back to UK mid Sept, I doubt I will be looking to tarp up my side panels again until next season. If the panels do go on through autumn/winter, they'll almost certainly just go straight down to ground.

Had a long wait to try out my side panels last year. Looks like the same again with these poles this year! Sometimes, I could kick myself, and wish I had just gone for them straight away!


Still, at least the pound is getting stronger against the Euro... oh wait!







The sun will be out, the sky will be blue,
And The Karsten Fairy will take care of you...


Well, ok, maybe James won't appreciate being called a fairy, but he's sprinkled his magic dust all the same, and there are now 4 new poles wending their way across the channel afterall! Should be with me by the end of the week, 5 days or so before we take 'em straight back over the channel... before they even get used to this Great British drizzle!

Currently forecasting 11 nights (in Frejus) between 16 deg and 19 deg... and 12 days at 27deg to 29deg!

Somehow, I get the feeling we're gonna need all the shade we can get, so I think it's fair to say I will be tarping up my side panels!


There's customer service, then there's Kustomer service!




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2015: 38 nights/11 camps
2014: 34 nights/10 camps
2013: 36 nights
2012: 23 nights

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Quote: Originally posted by CampingLight on 20/8/2016
Quote: Originally posted by Skiiddy on 11/8/2016
Quote: Originally posted by CampingLight on 11/8/2016
Quote: Originally posted by Skiiddy on 11/8/2016
JimJam is annoying now - "Strike 3" - he's having a laugh and clearly far too much pleasure and enjoyment - does know how to pitch though! Is that your trailer Jim? Looks like an Anssems GT500?

And where are you?





Trailer spotting! I noticed your Anssems in one of your pics Skiiddy, if you ever want to sell it let me know my gt750 is getting a bit too small for all our stuff now, I can see the roof box will have to come out to play this year too!



Very observant of you! Bought it a couple of years ago off an advert on Gumtree, localish (Bodmin). Eventually, we had to have the side extensions added last year to take all our kit and STILL need the roof box too! Brilliant for storage, sits on axle props in the garage over winter full of gear so it stays warm and dry. Don't think we'll be selling it anytime soon unless of course we find a Holtkamper Kyte (Windforce version - so push a button and it inflates, push again to deflate) anywhere near a sensible price!

Our ultimate dream;

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Couple of years....still love the Karsten

Post last edited on 11/08/2016 10:22:05



Skiiddy so your dream has just pitched next to us in France! Will have to sneak some pics with both Karsten and holtkamper in for you.





WOW!! HOW EXCITING IS THAT!!!!! Never been up close and personal! Yes please, don't bother being discreet, tell 'em its urgent therapy....I'm salivating with anticipation

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Dornafield Farm, Newton Abbot x 3 nights
La Capeyrou,Dordogne x 11 nights
Woodovis, Tamar Valley x 3 nights
Tristram, Polzeath x 4 nights
C&CC Dartmouth (regatta) x 4 nights






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Quote: Originally posted by Mucker1884 on 20/8/2016
Quote: Originally posted by Skiiddy on 20/8/2016

Dartmouth Thursday (x4 nights) and we're going to take a week off in mid September; Mrs S fancies St Ives (my childhood stomping ground) me, NW France or Belgium, up near the German border perhaps? Not sure what the weather is likely to produce....thoughts?




Must admit, I really do like the look of that France/Germany border area myself. Looks very chocolate boxy in places, and I know Muckerette would love the towns and villages.
Trouble is, a certain someone puts cycling down as a priority, along with the weather, so we need as flat as possible, and as south as possible. We also love the sea-side (although not beach-goers).

I think the likes of Alsace (and many others, for that matter) will have to wait until we rely on powered cycles! LOL!

I'm guessing for mid Sept, weather in Germany/Belgium, and even NW France, could prove little better than UK, particularly for us (out on bikes every bloody day!) Different if in the car, or strolling under a brolly, I grant you.

Looking forward to your Dartmouth pics just before I go away... enjoy!





Alsace eh, now considering that Mrs S favourite vino is from Alsace (Gewürztraminer) you may have (very astutely) just booked our September trip! Will update you shortly....

She needs a bit of cheering up - our youngest Saluki (4 on 25th August) had a lump come up on his thigh above his knee, vet was "90% sure" it was Osteosarcoma which, as you may know , is terminal (maybe 3-4 weeks from diagnosis) but biopsy suggests its not. Still not out of the woods though. Second biopsy now required and he could still have to have the leg amputated. Its a rear one so vet says dogs carry only 1/3 of their body weight at the back and he will be absolutely fine. Seeing a specialist next week (we're thankfully insured) but our vet is not convinced they can help. They are a bit like the "Supervet" (Fitzpatrick Referrals) but we are both eternal optimists so fingers crossed they can help save his leg. They still reckon the tumor is cancerous but the prognosis is quite good though, 3-6 years which has to be better than 3-4 weeks! I appreciate its just a dog but boy, it has been very emotional.

On a happier note bought a couple of extras for the trip to Dartmouth including a memory foam, travel mattress for the sick puppy, a Jomax (in grey of course) windbreak due to....well....the wind up there on them 'ills! and a Fenixlight (off Gumtree - £22.00 & hardly used!)

Going to take a look at your French site Mucker... ferry booked for next year (2nd June, back 18th June) but no final destination other than we are defo heading for the Cote d'Azure but maybe via Geneva on the way down to visit Mrs S's brother (and menagerie of 6 nephews and nieces!!) then perhaps a stop in Lyon or Dijon on the way back.

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La Capeyrou,Dordogne x 11 nights
Woodovis, Tamar Valley x 3 nights
Tristram, Polzeath x 4 nights
C&CC Dartmouth (regatta) x 4 nights







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