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Subject Topic: New tent time - freedom trail eskdale?
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Message posted by dianebb7207/9/2012 at 11:41pm
Outfit:  Sterling Europa 460 NT     Location:  North Yorkshire
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Quote: Originally posted by cbreddie on 07/9/2012
Thats not a bad little tent

Heres my wife's wish list...

The tent needs to have at least 3 double bedrooms, not all next to eachother. (her indoors wants to sleep away from the girls)

It needs to have a decent sized living area...

A separate area to cook in. An extension/porch would be ideal....

It needs to have a sewn in groundsheet or a zip in.

Oh and the inner tents need to have enough space for campbeds not air beds.

Not much to ask for..... yeah right lol

I personally just want a tent big enough for 5 of us with a large enough area to play cards when it rains, with an area to cook in.
erm good luck


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Message posted by cbreddie08/9/2012 at 7:31am
Outfit:  nothing!! just sold my tent     Location:  Rochdale
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erm.... thanks lol

I can see some disagreements not far away but as my Dad said "there are only two words that make a hppy marriage"....."Yes dear"

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Message posted by dbice08/9/2012 at 8:04am
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for your budget i would consider buying a quality & known brand used tent rather than a cheapy new tent - unless the new tent is on a promotion ( eg 50% off at go, yeomans, campingonline etc kind of place)around the 400.00 mark are some nice tents that if you could buy for 200.00 would be ideal.

ebay gumtree are likely to be coming up with more "used once" tents from folks who bought them and someone in the family or all the family found that camping wasnt for them   so you could pick up a bargain that way.


good luck and im sure you ll find something!

example = http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Outwell-Montana-12-Tent-includes-Sun-Canopy-and-Carpet-all-in-great-condition-/110945622418?pt=UK_SportsLeisure_HikingCamping_Tents_JN&hash=item19d4dfd992

Message posted by Looby5129/3/2017 at 4:24pm
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I have a freedom trail sendaro 4 tent and very happy with it I camped in hard winds and rain in bodmin and it was fine. I still have it although I have treated myself to an outwell birdland 3 tent with all the gubbins. Only annoyance is go outdoors have now changed the colour of the sendaro 4 to green. I have the blue one plus the ft canopy. I now want the green ft canopy lol to use with my birdland so if anyone has the green canopy and wants the blue I will swap!!!

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