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Not exactly wild camping but camping at our feild , wanted to take kids away n every thing elce fully booked or very busy so thort balls we will just go to feild    Kids loved it 2 of me mates co

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Blazing saddles chilli beef with rump steak flat mushrooms, jacket potato and mature cheddar

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2 minutes ago, Bush Rummager said:

I wanted to know... but didn't want to ask...😂

Must have smoked some sheets for one of them...££...😃

Think there’s 4 or 5 of the solo tents, in fairness I’d struggle to choose iv heard lots of good about a few diff ones 👍

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13 hours ago, W. Katchum said:

What model you get 

Bought the Atko in sand colour mate, was gonna give it a spin last night . But with all the fireworks I add the dogs inside to settle them. Put it up on the field over the road and am impressed with build quality 

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8 hours ago, W. Katchum said:

Think there’s 4 or 5 of the solo tents, in fairness I’d struggle to choose iv heard lots of good about a few diff ones 👍

Everybody seems to buy the Hilleberg soulo , but I wanted summit a bit lighter but would still be good for the hill weather near me 

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12 hours ago, Leo Sayer said:

Bought the Atko pal and paid  £670, I struggled to find one in stock anywhere last week 

check the seems mate before you venture out some have problems with leaking 👇

 

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8 hours ago, hawki said:

check the seems mate before you venture out some have problems with leaking 👇

 

Seen it mate and the lad who did that video actually messaged me on another group. Will try it and if it does, it's just a small area around vent, so no biggie to put a bit on. Cheers 

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Had a quick camp out in the new Hilleberg tent last night, nice chilled camp. Enjoyed the tent, struggled to find a decent flat pitch. A bottle of red and a meatballs meal and dry roasted peanuts, read my book and listened to a podcast.  Nice little overnighter to reset the batteries, love it. Looking forward to some more challenging winter weather to test tent ect.  

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11 hours ago, Leo Sayer said:

Had a quick camp out in the new Hilleberg tent last night, nice chilled camp. Enjoyed the tent, struggled to find a decent flat pitch. A bottle of red and a meatballs meal and dry roasted peanuts, read my book and listened to a podcast.  Nice little overnighter to reset the batteries, love it. Looking forward to some more challenging winter weather to test tent ect.  

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Looks a good setup that mate.

What's your Jetboil food of choice  if you don't mind me asking??

I was in Cotswold outdoors in Bakewell today checking this lot out. I was wondering how the ready to eat meals compared to the dehydrated stuff..

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6 hours ago, Bush Rummager said:

Looks a good setup that mate.

What's your Jetboil food of choice  if you don't mind me asking??

I was in Cotswold outdoors in Bakewell today checking this lot out. I was wondering how the ready to eat meals compared to the dehydrated stuff..

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I am a tight arse mate, so only buy the wayfarer ready to eat ones and only when on buy one get one half price lol. There not bad, but just found some others called Look What We Found ( I don't know how to put a link up to show you them , but if you Google them ). They only sell them in Waitrose and they are only £1.99 so am going to give them a try.   Only downside no Waitrose were I am so would have to nip to Alderly Edge and see how the other half live to get a few, or my sister lives in Poynton and one there so mite get her to get me a few. They get a good review on a few YouTube channels so worth a look. 

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