I have just purchased a 6m extending flag pole to peg out & wave at everyone at our Forum gatherings.
I think a 5' x 3' flag is best.
Her 'indoors suggests a 3' x 2' flag will suffice.
As a bloke, I think bigger is better.
Anybody got any comments?
Thinking about doing the NC500 first/second week of April and was wondering if anyone had worked out a good itinerary for it - campsites / wild camp park-ups, recommended restaurants and sites, etc.
Just trying to save myself some leg work. just in the process of browsing the forum...
Is anybody in to roof top tenting? I'm thinking about it for my Caravelle as a substitute for an awning. If I bought an awning I'd be spending a bit less but the quality of roof top tents seems to be far better than an awning, plus it frees up interior space when travelling.
As per the title, I'm looking for something decent enough to zap any mosquito/gnat/midge that dares to enter my awning and van.
Can anyone recommend a decent light please? preferably rechargeable.
It's not being bitten that I don't like, it's that really annoying high pitched buzz they make...
Whilst chilling with a beer/wine/gin etc... in our camping chairs, it would be nice to be able to put our feet up on a stool.
I've looked on the net and can't seem to find something we like.
What do the experienced professional campers recommend?
Wondering if anyone can recommend a good campsite, preferably southwest UK, with a woodland feel, that's also camper van friendly?
I've found lots of woody campsites, but they all seem to have parking at the entrance, i.e. no cars on site. I'm trying to recreate some of the RV experiences I had...
newbie here so sorry if basic question.
Just returned from Spain/France. On a couple of campsites we managed to trip the electric hookup and weren't able to use the site electrics.
Only running a fridge/LED lights/water pump/sockets so nothing major.
Difficult to work out why our T6 tripped...
As I mentioned in another thread we have a bit of land, used to run as a livery yard but got fed up with all the small-minded silly horsey twits. At the moment the stables are slowly filling up with mine and my dads accumulations and collections and the paddocks are doing very little.