It took us just over an hour to reach Eastnor Park which is near Ledbury. When we got there the ground proved to be rather muddy! We piched up on a very steep slope, which was a bit challenging. Our Landytown stand site was rather small for the numbers that we had to get on. During the Friday afternoon everybody else turned up, so we were able to put the Event shelter up as well. The show was open on the Saturday and the Sunday, and despite it being wet and muddy lots of people came.
Robert and Cathy arrived, and we spent a fair bit of time with them.
On the Saturday afternoon i went with Craig in his Disco 1 on the intermeadiate Off road course, where we had lots of fun and did not get stuck We did enjoy seeing the J**p in front of us that kept getting stuck! I will add some pictures later! He, He, He!!!!!
On the Sunday afternoon we took our Freelander2 on what was called the Scenic route! Lizzie, Zoe and Joe piled in and off we went. It was not a lot different to the intermeadiate one. There were a few scarey moments as we waded through deep water, thick mud and ngotiated some very steep scarey slopes! The electronics of the Freelander were able to control the vehicle perfectly though, whatever obstacle we faced. We did not get stuck and it really was great fun. Never the less I was very relieved when we finished!
Lots of pictures to you to enjoy!
Well I hope that gives you a flavour of our off roading!
We cleared upon the Monday, and getting off the site was even more scarey than the off roading. The grass and mud was easy. The road however was a totally different kettle of fish. It was covered in very wet mud. As we drove along the caravan and the Freelander2 were sliding all over the place. What made it even worse was the road sloped to the side so we kept sliding off. Eventually though we made it.
A thoroughly excellent she that we hope to be at next year!