Summer Camp Day 1

We have made it!! Day one of our holiday and we’re in a little village in Buckinghamshire called Radnage. On a farm to be precise.

The journey was straightforward enough but setting up the caravan and awning has been a bit of a challenge. We have a new (to us) van and a brand new awning and we weren’t familiar with the way the poles went together. We arrived in absolutely scorching sunshine as well which didn’t help because tempers were short enough with the poles and the heat just made it worse.

We are just watching the sun go down over the hills now and it is promising to be another scorcher tomorrow. We’re going to visit my gran and hopefully if she is feeling up to it we’ll take her for some fresh air somewhere.

Here’s a picture of Ethan sat in the dusk under the flag at the side of our van. Looking forward to tomorrow!!



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