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  1. Any tips on how to cope if the ground is soft on exiting the CV fields? I was going to bring a couple of bits of old carpet to provide some extra grip and prevent rear wheels slipping and digging in...
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    Lock ups question

    Can you check yourself into a lockup?
  3. Yes. I had a converted Transit with a top loading fridge full of Corona bottles and they searched everywhere ....except the fridge..... It was like the Monty Python scene where the Romans search the room full of conspirators...
  4. The festival should publish the raw list of vendors and location (whether name or grid location) - someone on efests would turn it into a map/ poster / app within a couple of days!
  5. If Gazebos are a no-no what about one of these things?
  6. If they are the ramp type you just put them under the front wheels (you will be pointing downhill) and drive slowly forward and upward. You might need a couple of boards underneath to spread the weight if the ground is soft and the vehicle heavy. I assume it's a hired one?
  7. This was taken by a friend today. It's 'drying out'......fingers double crossed. The question is how much drying out time after any rainfall is needed for the Campervan fields to operate....?
  8. This was taken by a friend today. It's 'drying out'......fingers double crossed. The question is how much drying out time after any rainfall is needed for the Campervan fields to operate....?
  9. Probably need a flag or a banner of some sort.... Also drop a pin onto Google Maps once you park up (hold down finger in app) and share that pin. Should be accurate to within a couple of pitches
  10. Been trying to work out how to maximise the cooling in the Armadillo caravan. I have a 12v 55watt Coolbox and a half decent separate lead acid battery that will run it for ~15 hours, so I found a cheap 12v timer on eBay and set it to run 20mins on and 70 mins off since the first 20 mins cooling is the most effective. That allows it to run for almost 3 days, which when coupled with lots of 'ice bricks' and pre cooled contents and a 2.4watt trickle solar panel should do the trick. Also I put contents in a freezer bag inside the Coolbox for extra insulation....
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    "Must Dos" 2019

    Raid Oxfam on the Wed for a silly outfit Get me hair dyed at the Glamour and Grooming bar Sink a few pints of cider in the Bimble Inn Watch Kylie A cup of tea at Cobalt blacksmiths in the Greenfields Craig Charles bash at Truth stage Bramble FM in T&C Anything else is a bonus
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    How are your piles?

    So no pics of yer Chalfonts?
  13. It's just over a tonne (but I really ought to put it on a weigh station)
  14. It's done a couple of runs, but never more than 45mph! I can't imagine the A303 will be flowing any faster!
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