"It'll be alright in the end, and if it's not alright, it's not the end."
Today is beautiful, but we are unfortunately stuck at home due to having to transport working offspring.
I have, however, been having some fun in the sun…
Door side view
Call me picky, but....The "Head end" and "Foot end" appear to be the same photographs...Also, whilst I'm being horribly picky - the grass could do with a bit of feeding. :-)Nice tent, by the way!
Doh! Yes. Had to be you!!The lawn has suffered a little from wind this winter, in that when it is windy, we turn the trampoline so that it doesn't suffer an identity crises. If we can't turn it back again for a while, the lawn suffers, but it will recover without effort. Thanks for the advice! Although I was rather hoping for helpful suggestions with my pitching...
Your pitching style is very youthful. I don't think I could get back up to standing from a crouch like that.I would kneel to put those pegs in...Better???:-)
Ha ha! Yes Alan, much better. You should have seen me trying to get out of the tent after my little lie down, less than elegant!!
When you're as old as I am you have to leave the tent the same way you got into it - backwards!
You go into your tent backwards?! Tricky ;-D
I'll give you a demonstration once I'm home and mended my fly-sheet!
Great tent. I still rate it. All the best with the final plans before the TGOC.
Thanks Martin, and you! P'raps catch up with you in Montrose?
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