Came back to camping last year and made a few mistakes. Found this site early this year and realized how friendly and honest the advice given on this forum is. I have learned (and relearned) a lot. There are a lot of genuine people on here giving honest help and advice, something you don't find on other sites. Like an earlier poster said - this seems to be typical of people you meet when camping.
So, a big thanks, from a born-again camper, to all those old hands (and some new) who make this site forum what it is
May: Saint David's
Jul: South Devon
Aug: Scottish borders
Message posted by Mercuria29/6/2009 at 9:42am Outfit: ABI Viceroy Jubilee & Vango Icarus 500 Location: Northampton
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I have to say that without the good folks on this site I doubt I would have had the guts to go solo camping after chucking out OH! My little boy and I have just come back from a few lovely days camping in Shropshire (torrential rain included!) and I'm off again tomorrow!
The advice and good tips are excellent and everyone is so friendly, indeed it does reflect on the majority of campers out there and the bonhomie of the pursuit.
Viva Camping! Viva UK Campsite!
------------- "Is it supposed to make that noise?"
Just to pinch a quote from this months Camping magazine 'its about friendly like-minded' people. This is so true, both on here and at the campsites we have been to, bit like dog walkers (we became new dog owners last year) everyone says hello.
So just bidding you all a big hello and a friendly wave
Best wishes Sam
Message posted by elsadog29/6/2009 at 10:48pm Outfit: Sterling Eccles Elite Searcher Location: Wrexham N Wales
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