I could pick you up from a charge location and bring you to and from the camp ? I assume it’ll take several hours to charge ?
Looks like there’s still tickets left…if you can entice someone else to come
@emf we are having massive issues defending or village space because we are all volunteering and the people arriving now have ripped up our hazard marking tape and encroached.
That’s a shame. What can be done?
Nothing , I guess , @unknowndomain , thanks for the effort , I’m sure you can use the fact that you are volunteering as a laverage with the organisers to free our village…
Is it muddy at the camp, does anyone know?
@Dermot, we still have that table, we could probably pop it in the van?
I was wondering about that…
Ok. I’ll see if the table fits in the van. Worst case scenario I guess is that we bring it and it doesn’t get used. I checked amazon and I can’t return it anyway, so I’m stuck with it
sorry been shepherding vehicles in and out all evening.
Yes there is in the snug, directly to the left. its folded up ontop of another table.
Ive already loaded a 6ft heavy folding table into the land rover for the village.
Ill be there just after 11.00am hopefully.
I’ll probably arrive around 11ish (assuming no train kerfuffles) - let me know if anything needs bringing, as long as its hand carry-able
I couldn’t locate it…I was pretty frazzled…sorry
Looks like @tala703’s table might be needed…
I’ve got a round garden table too, plus the giant lazy Susan…as I thought it would be fun
How’s it going?
tired I’ve seen Tom about a few times, sitting in my tent trying to get my raspberry pi on the network for my selfie mirror installation.
when you get here you wont be able to drive to the camp site so bring a trolley or message on telegram for helpers.
No it is not muddy but it is dew(ey) in the mornings. The site is quite hilly so be prepared for a permenant lean after sleeping in on a hill tent.
Adam and I have arrived and about to nap in the car . #didnotcrash
I have two extra tents…one is very very compact
its quite cold in the evenings a hot water bottle helped
my sleeping bag says comfort at 2 degrees which might be a marketing ploy.