Sunday, 22 May 2011

Picture Update

Its been a while since Ive posted any pictures, so heres a bit of a catch up with a few pictures from the last week or so.

Back at our last site at Silverwoods Three Legged Cross, I bought these two settles and table for a tenner off of ebay, Ive since sold them for £20 each and kept the table!

Our site at Silverwoods, now that all the trees have leaves on its very seculded!

Plenty of room!

All this room and just for us!

We are going back to this site once we have finished at the Three Okefords Rally 

But only there for a few days, friday morning we are off again!

Back here at the show, this was what we saw when we first got here, a near empty field!

Top Tip, always park your caravan directly in front of the beer tent, even with a stagger you should find your van in the dark!

All set up, but without the engine out!

Amazingly this awning is still attached even after heavy rain and high winds last night!

Our woodburner, made from an old gass canister, keeps you warm on a chilly evening!

Wind break up to make cooking easier on the cadac, and the engine running sweetly

Looking out the front of our van and to the left, the field is looking a bit busier now!

Beer tent not so easy to see now!

Its been a good show for us, catching up with friends we havent seen for a while, and meeting and chatting to other exhibitors. If you have never been to a show like this, see if there are any in your area, a good day out for big kids like me and the smaller variety!

Or, do as we have and get yourself an engine and get free camping!

Till later............


  1. Thanks for sharing your pics. I love your little wood burner. Did you make it? Any pics of your engine?
    I tried out my new Cadac yesterday evening. Cooked chicken pieces and small burgers on the non stick grill. All went well. I will try out the BBQ grid next time with the difuser.
    Which Cadac top do you find you use most often?

  2. Hi Pam, we probably use the griddle and the flat other side the most. Today we are roasting a chicken along with pots and parsnips!
    I bought the wood burner from ebay a couple of years ago. I think I paid around £40 for it, well worth it we have used it alot!