Some of the best village ramparts in France
We could not leave Bertie alone and have un-winterised him, filled his water tank, packed his cupboards, made up the big bed and headed north! To be fair all that took up most of the Friday morning but we are promising ourselves that with lots of practice we can get that time down by several hours. The weather forecast looked good for this weekend and we fancied some more Bertie-time. We did not want a long drive so we found a Camping and Caravanning Club Certificated Site near Stalham on a part of the Broads we do not know. For £11.50 per night we got the field to ourselves, electric hook up and hard standing plus extra facilities. This little site is owned by the nearby garden and aquatic centre and we got a very warm welcome from Graham Makepeace the owner. With in 10 minutes of arriving we were parked, hooked up and Bertie had his WindyWarmer on.
Bertie’s WindyWarmer is a sort of padded blanket which fits in a special channel around the top of the windscreen and side windows. This insulates these single glazed windows and keeps Bertie warm at night and reduces condensation forming on the glass overnight.
5th Night on Bertie