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01 Aug 2019 @ 13:07:34 pm
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Up to now we have had a Jormax system windbreak which has worked well for us to keep the dogs inside the pitch.  However as we have got older arthritis has crept in and it is not longer easy to bang in the poles so we started looking around  for something easier.

We came across the Kampa air break windbreak awning and it is so much easier to peg out.  You inflate it and then use screw pegs with the drill to peg it down.  As we were on a coastal site about 3 weeks ago the wind was fairly strong for a few days before the heat where the temperature was up to 28C.

Here is the link to the Jormax system.  We have the Vision model.  https://www.jormaxwindbreaks.co.uk/windbreaks/vision    Here is the link to the Kampa Air break system.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XR8OUJmKP44

I am not sure how to post pictures of our set up as cannot find a link?

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01 Aug 2019 @ 13:15:45 pm
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The Campa Pro 5 will work perfectly with my caravan tent and even the colors is the exact scheme.

Sadly not available in SA.

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01 Aug 2019 @ 13:20:28 pm
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Here are photos

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01 Aug 2019 @ 13:25:32 pm
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It really looks great.  I have the Isabella Tent for my Sensation, that comes Europe. It looks very similar to your tent Ian.

Darn it would have been great to get one of those but with the exchange rate is would cost a pretty penny.

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01 Aug 2019 @ 13:55:05 pm
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Exchange rate is very good now for South Africans, but bad for us.  LOL!

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01 Aug 2019 @ 14:11:51 pm
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Up to now we have had a Jormax system windbreak which has worked well for us to keep the dogs inside the pitch.  However as we have got older arthritis has crept in and it is not longer easy to bang in the poles so we started looking around  for something easier.

We came across the Kampa air break windbreak awning and it is so much easier to peg out.  You inflate it and then use screw pegs with the drill to peg it down.  As we were on a coastal site about 3 weeks ago the wind was fairly strong for a few days before the heat where the temperature was up to 28C.

Here is the link to the Jormax system.  We have the Vision model.  https://www.jormaxwindbreaks.co.uk/windbreaks/vision    Here is the link to the Kampa Air break system.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XR8OUJmKP44

I am not sure how to post pictures of our set up as cannot find a link?

too fancy and too costly in rand terms.  

 

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01 Aug 2019 @ 15:24:23 pm
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Dit lyk wragtig mooi

 

As jy wil he jou drome moet waar word, moet jy eers wakker word.

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06 Aug 2019 @ 10:56:41 am
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Exchange rate is very good now for South Africans, but bad for us.  LOL!

Depends on where you are buying.

Me buying in UK.  Gona cost a arm and a leg.

You buying in SA cheeeeeeeaaaaaaaaap That is if your income is in Pounds.

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06 Aug 2019 @ 11:08:52 am
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Depends on where you are buying.

Me buying in UK.  Gona cost a arm and a leg.

You buying in SA cheeeeeeeaaaaaaaaap That is if your income is in Pounds.

On occasions we have thought of returning to SA, but our pension is only R15000 a month.

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