Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

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Re: Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

Postby Calla » 21 Jun 2011, 18:07

baldmosher wrote:
Calla wrote:Definately wellies every time. Boots get too heavy.

:? My walking boots weigh less than my wellies, don't make sores in my calves and shins, and don't get sucked off in deep mud (oo-er!) but I must admit they're not much use in six inches of water. Thankfully I don't tend to go wading in ponds at festivals.


Must be the wellies you get then. I've never had these problems.
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Re: Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

Postby Five Alive » 21 Jun 2011, 18:37

baldmosher wrote:I'll show you ours in 4 years and you can judge properly ;)


:D Awesome - I look forward to it mosher ...

When your girlfriend leaves the most important part of the tent at home can you fix using less gaffer tape than this . ( I'm sure you can and therefore get awarded + 1 bunus points ) :wink:

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Re: Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

Postby baldmosher » 22 Jun 2011, 14:03

Calla wrote:
baldmosher wrote: :? My walking boots weigh less than my wellies, don't make sores in my calves and shins, and don't get sucked off in deep mud (oo-er!) but I must admit they're not much use in six inches of water. Thankfully I don't tend to go wading in ponds at festivals.

Must be the wellies you get then. I've never had these problems.

Without wanting to sound pedantic, I wasn't talking about wellies, I was talking about walking boots. Must be those superheavy walking boots you get then. I've never had walking boots heavier than a pair of wellies.
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Re: Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

Postby Beatmonkey » 22 Jun 2011, 15:47

Five Alive wrote:
baldmosher wrote:I'll show you ours in 4 years and you can judge properly ;)


:D Awesome - I look forward to it mosher ...

When your girlfriend leaves the most important part of the tent at home can you fix using less gaffer tape than this . ( I'm sure you can and therefore get awarded + 1 bunus points ) :wink:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=470547611347&set=a.470160836347.263385.555626347&type=1&theater


Hahaha, that weekend of very wonky poles was brilliant. Also might phone the aforementioned girlfriend and tell her your having a sly dig (plough?) online ;-)
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Re: Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

Postby Calla » 22 Jun 2011, 17:50

baldmosher wrote:Without wanting to sound pedantic


I don't believe that for a second.
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Re: Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

Postby Beatmonkey » 22 Jun 2011, 18:17

Calla wrote:
baldmosher wrote:Without wanting to sound pedantic


I don't believe that for a second.


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Re: Was sound a problem in the boutique camping area ?

Postby kaliya » 17 Aug 2011, 09:45

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imitationleather wrote:I had mates in the campervan field and there it was like being stood directly infront of Origin, the sound coming from it was so loud and clear.


Thanks... I've just had a chat with one of my friends and I've told them not to even think about the boutique camping, "if you want to go to Glade just buy some really decent camping gear and I'll help you to put your tent up." As mosher has pointed out the camp life is something that is not to be missed.



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