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not keen no using a buggy at WOMAD as the seats a bit samll and Cal has refused to push Del around in one when he's sent too much time in the real ale tent
Just invested in a festival (gardening) trolley for our little one. Now considering engineering problems of how to build a cover and pimp it up. Getting very excited.
I think Cal n Del have already been to the beer tent, slurring worms n ting
Wheelbarrow better than pushchair/buggy but still hard going in mud. Personally I'd leave the baby at home and come have fun ;)
anyone got a number for social services?
Erm, not alone silly! My babies are all grown up now too. Off to have a drink or four so I can slur my worms too,
How about one of these if you're worried about the mud?
I would never do Womad without my babies . . . it makes it more fun watching their joy!! xxx
Nah, not worried about the mud - we have an off-road buggy, besides, it's going to be sunny!!x
@ Yummy, I've done Womad with my 'babies'....I think the last time they came they were 17 & 21. May be doing it with grandson who will be just over two next year.....but we'll see eh?
Much better for Womad style mud:
imho you should bring the buggy with the biggest wheels for a start. its the only way to beat the mud(yes we took our 10 month old to womud) and the ground is not completely flat although its ok. some kinda steering to avoid those guy ropes also you will need to be able to lift it over closely packed tents also a good hood for sun and sound protection as well as some kinda ear protection which makes it easier for you to stay out longer in the evenings the better quality buggy you buy the longer it will last.we had ours for three womads then it fell to ruin. also some kinda small lights that you can hang around the buggy just to alert people as to the presence of child and a buggy.if you are going to get a gardening trolley they do actually roll over quite easily if the wheel bass is not wider than the sides of the trolley and normally your child will end up on the ground with all the bedding and supplies on top so be carefull when turning sharp corners our 4 year old only tipped out twice in this way at the big chill normally on the way back to the tent at the end of the day when our attention span was not at its best. good luck
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