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Do you protect your sig?

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HenniPenni Sun 21-May-06 21:05:59

If so what do you use? We would like to get something to protect our sig from damage caused by stones etc, Does the protecive sheeting stick out around the tent, or do you trim it to size? Or do you leave it untrimmed and pitch your tent on it as it is-putting the pegs through it?

Tia, from a virgin camper!

moondog Sun 21-May-06 21:25:10

Wot's a sig???

Bozza Sun 21-May-06 21:25:54

sewn in groundsheet?

LucyCampCat Sun 21-May-06 21:27:00

<sighs patiently> sewn in groundsheet....

You can get quite cheap tarps from B&Q, we don't do sig so use picnc blankets inside the tent as carpet instead!

moondog Sun 21-May-06 21:27:35

Am putting tentative foot in a whole new world.....

LucyCampCat Sun 21-May-06 21:28:28

hope you've got your wellies on.......

KVG Sun 21-May-06 21:28:29

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Blandmum Sun 21-May-06 21:31:39

dont have sigs except in the bedroom pods. must say we tend to check the ground for rocks and then trust to luck

moondog, run now while you can, or the camp bug will 'get' you lol!

moondog Sun 21-May-06 21:32:22

I like the idea of camping.
Caravanning no,but camping yes.

HenniPenni Sun 21-May-06 21:33:13

Cheers, kvg, I had been looking for the thread on UKCS but I couldn't find it, so I started a new one instead

HenniPenni Sun 21-May-06 21:34:56

Moondog, the bug bites incredibly quick

So beware

Blandmum Sun 21-May-06 21:35:05

you'd love it. the kids play and you sit out under the stars with a glass of white

LucyCampCat Sun 21-May-06 21:35:32

milk I hope mb

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