Good to see people out and about again enjoying the wonderful UK countryside after COVID.
England's green and pleasant land Weather looked great so an opportunity well taken.
Yes I noted the lightweight approach to camping. Wish my wife would let us travel that light. Quick question. When you blokes go bush for a stroll and a couple of nights do you take your doggos with you?
Every UK countryside adventure should end in a pub beer garden. Well done lads. Thanks for sharing your trip.
Rob and myself don't take dogs, mine has no recall so would be gone in a flash, this time around one guy took his lurcher, she was fine on the lead but she has killed deer in the past, apparentl on a neighbour's land.
Night 1 in the garden.......... One Tigris Smokey Hut stayed perfectly dry in the rain....god plastic tents are noisy!!!
Cheap chinese mesh interior worked well, Arpenaz 700 air mat (Decathlon) very comfortable for tall fat bastards......
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