Touring Forum > Camping

Camping

(1/1)

gingerchin:
NO NO NOT THAT TYPE OF CAMPING !

IN  a tent type camping  ! Ive been thinking of doing a few days in early Mar either down Meheco way or over to Scootland so ive been just futtering with ideas and reading from other sites (bmuu) whats best/ latest gear . was just thinking could admin set up a specific thread to share equipment and campsite info .

eh found this in useful products  :-[   http://www.shewee.com/
i remember Dwarf making one but he put it on back-to-front  :rofl

The Prodded Dog:
Now that is just penis envy, in plastic.
TPD

S Barker:

--- Quote from: gingerchin on February 22, 2009, 06:42:17 PM ---IN  a tent type camping  ! Ive been thinking of doing a few days in early Mar either down Meheco way or over to Scootland so ive been just futtering with ideas and reading from other sites (bmuu) whats best/ latest gear . was just thinking could admin set up a specific thread to share equipment and campsite info .

--- End quote ---

To hear is to obey  :forgiveme:




Ooh by the way, you're the moderator  ;D

Dwarf:

--- Quote from: gingerchin on February 22, 2009, 06:42:17 PM ---NO NO NOT THAT TYPE OF CAMPING !

IN  a tent type camping  ! Ive been thinking of doing a few days in early Mar either down Meheco way or over to Scootland so ive been just futtering with ideas and reading from other sites (bmuu) whats best/ latest gear . was just thinking could admin set up a specific thread to share equipment and campsite info .

eh found this in useful products  :-[   http://www.shewee.com/
i remember Dwarf making one but he put it on back-to-front  :rofl

--- End quote ---

now you know dez my ensuite in the circus tent works wonders :bebebe:.........some useful camping advice lucozade bottle,not beer bottle. ^-^
I sold the kyham, it didn't pack small enough, gone back to the last tent, it has a special secret toilet O0

happychappy:
If you don't fancy spending as much on a Khyam, try the Coleman Boa / Viper. It has a great spec and gets loads of good write-ups on trekking forums. I have a Viper and it's very compact and light, but there's not much room for kit (eg full waterproofs, boots, helmet, topbox etc in the outer tent. As such I would probably onley use it on "guaranteed" dry & warm holidays where I'm not taking bulky gear. Also, you really need to be 6' or less. The Boa is a better bet as it's for 2, so a bit more space

ps; good idea about a camping / kit section  O0

pps; if you fancy Jockshire on 20th 21st 22nd of March, and the company of a KTM-riding numptie then drop me a pm

Navigation

[0] Message Index

Go to full version