sectional ground sheet for awning

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  1. Drexxer

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    We are soon to be camping in an old quarry that has a bit of limestone on the hard standings,

    are there any floor mats like giant jigsaw pieces that people use and can reccommend?,

    as the weather is good at the moment it would be nice to use the extra space outside,

    thanks in advance


    Andy
     
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    Is this what you mean?
     
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    Have a look on eBay Andy. Just type in 'Jigsaw camping mats' or the like. There's some on there. Some outdoorsy stores sell them in packs.

    I haven't used them, but I can see the attraction. They're very light, durable and handy.

    Remember to pack some rock pegs incase you need them on that ground!

    Hope that helps?
    James
     
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  4. Drexxer

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    That's the kiddie, thanks for that Dude:xThumb:

    Andy
     
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    Halfrauds have some in @£10 for six, cover 1.2x3.6m2 I think, look OK
    Cheers, Dave:xThumb:
     
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    I saw a set in Costco last week for not a lot of money.
     
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    Have you been evicted, not payed your mortgage. Perhaps you should mine the stone in the Quarry to get payments up to date. (y) :)
     
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    We had some we bought from aldi last summer. they are great and for places like you're going to will be good, just too bulky to carry every time for us.
     
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    Cheeky Bugger!

    I just like to test out the superior insulation qualities of our Euro van rather than bailing abroad to save on gas heating
    it's alright for you swanning around warmer climes for the winter :xwink:

    Andy
     
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    We have carted them around for years, and find them very useful, but normally only use them as tread mats for in front of the side door when we just need temporary cover, rarely for full wall to wall cover for which we have the plastic Mexican matting which perfectly fits our awning.
     
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