jamtart6 wrote: »
why do people think thin thermarest type things are better than airbeds? I'm intrigued?? I found in our smaller tents, the bedroom would stay nice and warm (with airbed) as it only fitted one double airbed in..our new tent fits 2 double airbeds in, has a vent in he bedroom, and i was flipping freezing last time....so any ideas to keep warm much appreciated!
jamtart6 wrote: »
...so any ideas to keep warm much appreciated!
The_Ubiquitous_Mrs_Smith wrote: »
We're planning some "proper" camping trips this year!
It'll be my husband and I, sensible shoes, our bicycles to get us where we need to be and whatever we can fit in our rucksacks! No portable fridges or cars here!
I'm in the process of checking the mentioned sites but can anyone suggest a light and small 3 man or large 2 man tent? It has to fit in a rucksack and be light enough for wimpy me to carry! Similarly can anyone suggest some good sleeping bags that fit this criteria?
I never thought of the space bags under sleeping bags ideas but I like it and I will definately make surewe keep a roll of gaffa tape with us even if I have to wear it as a bangle becasue it won't fit in our rucksacks!
ducatimark wrote: »
We find that when camping with 2 kiddies and 2 adults that u quickly run out of space in the car.
My car has no roof bars and as it is a rover, roof bars from halfords etc. seem to be expensive. Also dont have tow ball so trailer at moment is a none starter.
Saw mentioned earlier about roof bags but these seem to rely on your car having roof bars. I may be wrong so am willing to be corrected.
Found a product called the xrack. Has anyone tried one of these??? Appear to just lie on roof and is fixed to door and boot hinges.
Also a lot cheaper than the conventional roof rack/bars.
Any comments greatly appreciated
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