SimplesAndrewandShirley said:As site wardens we see some really strange things but what have you seen?
Here is a taster:
A Full Size Water Butt
The Au Pair - Holidays can be very stressful we were told
Snow Ski's when its summer in the UK
Strangely nice however. 8)Grizzly said:A family next to us at Clumber Park unloaded a complete set of blow up furniture - bright blue sofa, 2 armchairs, 4 foot stools- from their car and blew it up. It looked very comfortable and quite practical but didn't half look peculiar in their awning !
This sort of thing:
Yes, we did thanks. I'm not exactly an every day cyclist but it was great to be able to cycle along all the tracks, round the lake and the tea rooms, Victorian kitchen garden , Lime Walk and the remains of the house without getting run over ! We even managed some serious off-roading. It was a lovely unstuffy relaxed place and it was impressive how it managed to absorb so many people without any feeling of being crowded. The very nice man at the NT bike hire/ shop place oiled and tightened bits of my bike and managed to stop a horrible squealing noise and would not even charge us for this.DTPCHEMICALS said:Hi Grizzly did you enjoy Clumber Park?
We live about 7 miles away.
Our (Tesco) Basil has just travelled round Europe with us and is now sitting, a little yellow and battered, with the rest of the herbs in the garden and telling them traveller's tales.Vita said:I took my pot of basil with me and put in on the dash when parked -
:lol: :lol: do you iron your frilly knickers, I cant bare to see a creased thrill sorry spelling mistake --frill.raynipper said:Good point Mavis.
I have lost count of the times I have been woken up at the first shake of the awning and had to go out in bare feet and frilly knickers to stow it away.
Usually in the rain and wind by then.