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Garden Camping!Normally on a bank holiday weekend we try and get away for a few days, but obviously that wasn't an option this Easter... so, instead, we decided to set up camp in our back garden! The weather was beautiful so it was the perfect chance to give the tent its first outing of 2020. [caption id=attachment_4098 align=aligncenter width=2560] Garden Camp, Easter 2020[/caption] Now as our garden is not very big, we decided to use our small 3-man tent (I'm not sure our large tent would have even fitted on the lawn!) for Matty and I to sleep in. Whilst Freya decided that she wanted to sleep out under the stars in the new hammock (gifted) - which I thought was pretty brave in the UK in April! The first thing we did was to put the hammock stand together and attach the hammock. Of course, then I had to grab my book and a pillow and test it out... and I have to say that it was very, very comfortable. I can see us using it a lot this summer - hopefully when we are able to get out and camp 'properly', rather than just in the garden! So we set up the rest of the camp and fired up the chiminea, which we used both to cook on and to keep ourselves warm later on in the evening. Our evening meal consisted of chicken, veggie burgers, veggie sausages and roasted vegetables from the bbq with delicious homemade bread - it was all very good! [caption id=attachment_4095 align=aligncenter width=2560] Our evening meal was cooked on the chiminea...[/caption] Around 2230 we wrapped Freya up warmly in the hammock and climbed into the tent (although I didn't hold out much hope that Freya would sleep outside on her own to be honest!). I have to say, I had a pretty good nights sleep! Well, at least until 0500 when Freya appeared in the tent saying she was getting a bit cold outside... so she dragged her sleeping bag in and we went back to sleep for an hour or two. In the morning, Freya said how comfortable she had been in the hammock and that she had enjoyed sleeping out... so I'm looking forward to trying it myself when I get the chance! [caption id=attachment_4096 align=aligncenter width=2560] Freya spent the night in the hammock![/caption] And then it was time for my very favourite part of camping - the camping breakfast! Eggy bread, tomatoes and mushrooms cooked on the camping stove in the garden and eaten on the patio - what a perfect start to the day. Oh, and a cup of tea, obviously! [caption id=attachment_4092 align=aligncenter width=2560] Camping breakfast in the garden![/caption] The rest of the Easter weekend was spent outside relaxing in the sunshine and doing a few odd jobs in the garden... whilst it wasn't a holiday, camping out was a bit of fun and broke up the monotony of staring at the same 4 walls for the last four weeks! We'll definitely be doing it again soon. What interesting ways are you finding to spend your time during lockdown? Let me know in the comments below... Happy Garden Camping! Kate *I was gifted the Tropilex hammock but all opinions expressed in this post are my own.