Camping Holiday

  ulrich 20:02 09 Aug 08
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I am planning on going to Somerset on my M/Cycle for a weeks camping at the beginning of September.
Due to the extreme heat I am told to expect this Summer, how should I prepare myself?

  Pamy 20:25 09 Aug 08

At leased one thick sweater and a water proof top coat

  Bingalau 20:29 09 Aug 08

Take a tent to start with and a couple of pair of wellies and a brolly.

  MAT ALAN 20:55 09 Aug 08

Life raft n flares!!!

  laurie53 21:53 09 Aug 08

Snorkel tubes to air intake and exhaust.

  sunny staines 22:01 09 Aug 08

take a fire extinguisher if you visit any piers

  mrwoowoo 22:11 09 Aug 08

Whatever you take,there will always be something you forgot.

  Chegs ®™ 02:56 10 Aug 08

Whatever you take,there will always be something you forgot.



So very true.We did many continental holidays camping and without fail we would discover we'd forgotten something.We also got asked on almost every holiday campsite if we had a tin-opener(favourite)to loan out,pegs,cooker,light,etc as we werent the only ones who forgot things.The funniest thing my Dad ever forgot though,was his children.We'd parked overnight in a german layby,and my Dad tried to drive off next morning without us(we were in sleeping bags on the picnic tables beside the car)

  mrwoowoo 03:09 10 Aug 08

Whenever we went camping or touring,we always printed out our items list from the pc,accrued from several years of camping forgetfulness.
Foolproof.
Well it was eventually.

  tullie 07:00 10 Aug 08

Is September still summer?Bit late to expect extreme heat.

  Chegs ®™ 11:29 10 Aug 08

35yrs+ since we went camping abroad,so no PC in the house. :)

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