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jazzy

posted on 20-7-2007 at 13:35

Quote:
Originally posted by jesus

Photos online here.


good work sir.


Simon Dyson

posted on 19-7-2007 at 19:47

I'll try and get my photos sorted soon.


jesus

posted on 19-7-2007 at 12:40

Photos online here.


Manic_Paul

posted on 14-7-2007 at 19:32

More highlights on tonight in case anyone missed them the first time round.


Mr Jolly

posted on 11-7-2007 at 14:23

I camped in the family field closest to the cinema field. I must be getting old! :(

Still, it was pretty dry up there.


BlackStar

posted on 27-6-2007 at 13:50

I camped at hitchen's hill in the end. great views of the site!


BlackStar

posted on 19-6-2007 at 22:45

good weather hopefully to set up tomo! bring on the rain:D


jazzy

posted on 19-6-2007 at 13:55

that forecast still doesn't look brilliant. as simon says, the mud will be really sticky and a nightmare to plough through. gah!


Simon Dyson

posted on 19-6-2007 at 13:09

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

comedy gold, gareth.

the weather forecast keeps improving. this is obviously good.

Trouble is that like the last 2 glastos it's likely to rain early in the weekend and then the sun will come out making the mud really sticky and difficult to walk through. Can't they just build a retractable roof over the whole thing?


i am sam

posted on 19-6-2007 at 12:46

comedy gold, gareth.

the weather forecast keeps improving. this is obviously good.


jazzy

posted on 19-6-2007 at 12:26

Quote:
Originally posted by dunnerz

I do officially declare that "Dunmore's Camp" ;)


hello sailor.


BlackStar

posted on 18-6-2007 at 19:11

i've decided on spring ground as my friends arriving on thurs come in from gate a coaches entrance...but i wanna see alot of bands on the south side of the site:( decisions decisions


Matt Paradise

posted on 18-6-2007 at 17:14

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Only downside with our regular field is the trek to the John Peel tent.


Especially if it's a quagmire, as it was the last couple of times.


Simon Dyson

posted on 18-6-2007 at 17:12

Only downside with our regular field is the trek to the John Peel tent.


jtack

posted on 18-6-2007 at 16:34

i'm gonna be by the nature reserve between the pyramid and cinema stages, the slight incline and nearby forestation should keep it drained, and the late night filmage is essential
see you all in the mud


dunnerz

posted on 18-6-2007 at 11:17

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

we normally camp next to the orange tent (behind the other stage and near the glade) because its pretty central and the land is flat so no running water to wash you away. the past couple of glastonburys have been spent there and we survived. bring it on again this year i say.



I do officially declare that area as "Dunmore's Camp" ;)


dunnerz

posted on 18-6-2007 at 11:16



I so wish i was going

Have a good time everyone - drink a warm cider and shout "bollocks" and "dan, dan, dan, dan, dan, dan, dan" for me!!


jazzy

posted on 18-6-2007 at 11:08

we normally camp next to the orange tent (behind the other stage and near the glade) because its pretty central and the land is flat so no running water to wash you away. the past couple of glastonburys have been spent there and we survived. bring it on again this year i say.

it is very, VERY wet down here in the south west by the way. hope everyone is prepared for somme-esque conditions...


BlackStar

posted on 17-6-2007 at 22:48

There are endless threads bout this on the official board, but I can't log in anymore argh.

http://www.glastonburywiki.com/wiki/images/7/7e/GlastonWiki_Camping_Map_2007.jpg

I'm thinkin camping home park this year (17) cos it seems near the park, other stage and probs won't flood cos it's high up. I would camp cinema fields again cos never had any problems but thinking it be too far away from everything and plus if it rains and gets muddy (which it prob will), i don't wanna be miles away from everything. which are the main campsites to avoid and any recommendations? thanks:)






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