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  1. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Hello!

    Not long now until LZ11 (woooohoooo!!)

    We just wanted to remind people to bring camping chairs and tables, unless you want to sit on the floor... Some members knees may be available as a resting stop for a small fee, depends who you want to sit on :eek:

    Maybe if you have a spare chair and have the room in your landy, you could bring it along for someone who may not be able to bring one, that would be rather lovely of you :love:

    Also don't forget your donations for the raffle and cake (which is the most important thing)

    And don't forget to bring your printed tickets!

    No doubt this post will get added too as I will have forgotten something :eek:

    Anywayyyyyyyy next week!! :bounce:
     
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    skint-as-usual Not a well Known Member - with no likes

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    The floor will be wet grass then?:)
     
  3. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    There is flooring in the marquee... But if it rains, then yup, wet grass if you don't bring a chair!
     
  4. blue beasty

    blue beasty Leaks an prone to bits dropping off Global Moderator

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    Nope, Accy has sorted flooring but it's the sort that's at ground level so not the comfiest option
     
  5. MrNasty

    MrNasty Well-Known Member

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    If you have a Defender you could always sit in the dirt on your seat base,
     
  6. blue beasty

    blue beasty Leaks an prone to bits dropping off Global Moderator

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    Ewww no you don't want to do that....




    You'd get the ground all dirty :p
     
  7. Rachel S

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    Air pumps. Seriously the most used item when camping. :)
     
  8. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    I only had about 4 hours sleep last night, I had a dream that I baked an amazing chocolate cake with malteaser frosting and then decorated it with chocolate buttons and chocolate sticks in the shape of a defender... then i couldn't back to sleep because I can't bake very well and now i want to make that cake and I wont be able too...

    :5bwilly_nilly:
     
  9. livers

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    Nobody but Nobody looks at the decoration when eating cake.
    Speshully BB he gets a red mist................if its velvet cake

    Spots in front of his eyes if its fruit

    and just goes blind for choccy cake
     
  10. THEengineer

    THEengineer whatever

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    Location:
    near big mountains and lots of mud
    seats/spare seats
    tent
    sleeping bags
    air beds
    air pump
    spare pegs
    kettle/milk/coffee
    camping stove/gas
    beer
    drinks for kids
    food
    water
    more beer
    tickets
    12v fridge,maybe if room
    kids
    wife
    money
    phone
    recovery kit
    torch
    torch batteries
    jackets
    wellys
    cake
    more beer
    AA/breakdown card

    have been camping before a few times,but went with the welsh green laners last year,forgot the air beds
     
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  11. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    well check you out mr organised!

    *****tttttti'veforgottenloadsofstuff!!!!!*
     
  12. THEengineer

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    trying to work out how to fit it all in a hippo with a small boot,and all seats taken up,original plan was just me and liz going in the 110,i wish she would have seen sense and got a 110 csw LOL
     
  13. gstuart

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    have spent the last week or so thinking about getting all the bits in

    think I will fold down one of the back seats, will then have room to put the tent , chairs etc down the side and leave the double seat for the dogs, lol

    thks for the list by the way

    reminded me I need to pick up a tent peg puller and to load a few tools etc

    picked up a few boxes of bonios for the dogs , can't forget them at the lz event whilst everyone is tucking into a bbq

    has yours got a roof rack and don't know how expensive it is to hire a roof box as some of them are silly prices for what they are
     
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    tent peg puller is overdoing it.......
     
  15. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    I'm slinging everything in the back and the dog can co pilot...

    All I had on my my list was;

    Tent
    Sleeping bag
    Mattress
    Blankies
    Pillow
    Fairy lights
    Dog stuff
    Snacks
    Beer

    I've had a think and have extended it now after seeing your giant list!
     
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    might not have room for it , :):)
     
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    u forgot cup and tea making bits, lol
     
  18. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Yeah I know.

    I will most likely be relying on local shops and the kindness of others - my memory is shocking
     
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    Looks ok to me :)
     
  20. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Oh yeah and cake... Going to decide what flavour I make this weekend :)
     
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