- Anyone else camping in the rain?
And having wrecked our marquee you have the gall to txt us all for money to buy another!
Are but that was yesterday before the rain and wind! Forward planning for mayhem! Had this feeling it might not survive the wind and rain of what is bound to be a soggy weekend there!!
It was held down with a storm strap too 🙁Posted 7 years agobikebouySubscriber
Erm.. storms..erm it’s totally pee’ing it down here at the Mo’, you chose well young one by staying at home.
Brokenhurst as lovely as it is, in the rain it’s just as miserable as anywhere else in the rain, except it’s in the NF and a lovely area, but then it’s still raining right, so no where to dry clothes out and soggy socks and pants aren’t sexy, well they maybe but not if they are covered in mud and rain water, but then some may like that, some won’t of course, but dripping waterboarding drops from the inside of the tent aren’t condusive to a good nights whatever you may get up to, sleep or otherwise, and what with kids n all, you’ll still get sticky fingers everywhere, some may like that, some won’t, it depends on what type of sticky fingers you have I guess, but it’s still raining right and windy, some may like the wind (I do) and hate the rain (I do) some may like both, if you like both and like tenting I’d suggest Brockenhurst as it’s pee’ing down and windy*
Ok, let me clarify, I’m up the coast a bit so can’t actually see down Christchurch Bay, but from here in Bouyland, it’s windy and rainy.
Brrrrrr.Posted 7 years agoCountZeroMember
Managed to get my tent spread out this morning, still had raindrops on it from Monday! And a couple of live spiders…Posted 7 years ago
Wind and sun dried it out nicely, but trying to roll the bloody thing back up to go in its bag was a fail, the wind kept blowing the damn thing open. Still, it’s dry now, tidy packing can wait. 😀
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