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  1. Waterproofing for Tents

    by on 18-06-2012 at 02:25 PM
    With all this awful weather you may want to think about waterproofing your tent when camping.

    If you search online for a decent camping equipment store then you should find 'Fabsil'.

    Fabsil is great for tents and canvas when you need some tent waterproofing cover. They are market leaders and can be extremely useful.

    The sizes of cans come as 1lt, 2.5lt and 5lt and are a great camping accessory for this wet and windy summer.

    Updated 18-02-2014 at 11:39 AM by Nick B

  2. Lightweight Sleeping Bags

    by on 13-01-2012 at 07:06 PM
    Sleeping bags vary in weight depending on what type of conidtions you will be using them in.

    If you're a serious camper, enduring long distance treks or expeditions then it's worth spending the extra cash on a 'down' filled lightweight sleeping bag.

    Feather Weight

    Down is a gift from nature, it's the thermal insulation which is grown by birds, and considering the harsh environments birds survive in, down is perfect full for a sleeping bag which will ...

    Updated 18-02-2014 at 11:40 AM by Nick B

  3. Protecting your Caravan and Motorhome

    by on 22-08-2011 at 04:25 PM
    Owners of Caravans and Motorhomes should be familiar with using covers to keep them protected during storage.
    A variety of caravan covers can be found online and in specialist stores. Covers differ slightly to motorhome covers, like for instance the shape and measurement, but in reality they are both designed similarly so as to protect against the elements.

    Waterproof Covers
    Waterproof covers are required here in the UK as our weather is frequently damp and wet, ...

    Updated 18-02-2014 at 11:41 AM by Nick B

  4. Golden Cap Campsite - Seatown

    by on 31-07-2011 at 09:41 AM
    We've met some friends for the weekend at the Golden Cap Campsite in Seatown, Dorset. We're in the Bongo this time, so no Tipi.
    It's a bit different from the last time we were here when it was quite literally blowing a gale with torrential rain. It's lovely and sunny and hardly any wind at all, so different its incredible.
    Not the most up to date of sites, but there are plenty of facilities and even when busy I've not had to queue for a shower or anything.
    We're just packing up ...
  5. Goodwood Festival of Speed

    by on 28-06-2011 at 06:07 PM
    We're away in our Bongo on a test run at the moment in West Sussex.
    Honda had some spare tickets for the Goodwood Festival of Speed, as my motorbike website is based around Honda Trail/Adventure Bikes, so it was nice of them to offer them to me, and for me to be free with no solid plans for this time!
    So we found a campsite that was not far from Goodwood, Sumners Ponds Campsite near to Horsham. So far the site looks lovely, we're pitched up overlooking one of the fishing lakes. We bought ...
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