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SS no never put one up but according to the sales blurp (they always tell the truth don't they) it takes about 10 mins. See link
Alan was dancing and basing his own dance on The Dreaming (probably the best Kate Bush song ever)
second time luck
and del would like to point out his hands are now water proof too
Well if I was thinking of getting a SoulPad, Bell Tent I probably wouldn't be now!
9 minutes 30 to put up a bell tent?
he should try doing it with his partner or trying to entertain small children and then we'd see how long it would really take ;o)
JayCee excellent Tip 5 will never be the same
Pmsl @ JC.
I've just bought a Quechua coz I'll be camping on my own since my little brother's demise. Note to self....must get some practice to fold it up.
Thanks for the links S.C.; the SoulPad bell tent seems easier to put up than I thought it would be - a one person job, which is always handy, and tip 7 got my vote! There should be an extra 5 mins allowed for disagreements on what needs doing next though; even so, 14 mins 30 is still good; better than having an inner to put up first which gets wet if you have to put it up in the rain! Alan really likes it; plenty of room to dance and space for his basket and dressing up chest. When is Mrs S.C due back from Paris? - have you tidied up?!
Congratulations on all your waterproofing, Cal N Del - a very successful day and the weather can do whatever it wants for Eden Festival and we know you'll be ok, if Cloudbustin'
Have yet to master the art of getting a tent packed back into the bag it came with; much quicker and easier to get a bigger bag so you can just stuff it in to get it home, then pack it properly after getting it thoroughly dried out and, if needed, waterproofed.
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