- East Midlands
- T6 Ocean 150
Don’t use a thick duvet. Least of all because if it gets damp or wet it’ll be a nightmare. Layers are the way to go, nice pockets of air in between. For your 8 year old a fun sleeping bag so they have a cosy pocket to pop in to, fluffy bed socks, onesie (so there’s no gaps), if it’s really cold a woolly hat.We are picking up our first Cali on 9th October and looking to go camping straight away to try it out and make sure all is in order, whilst under the used warranty. Please can I have any suggestions for good camp sites preferably with EHU. We are in Dorset so we are thinking Dorset/Somerset/Hampshire/Wiltshire possibly as don’t want to travel too far on our first weekend away. Also although the Cali has the diesel heater any advice about keeping the heat in at night. I’m thinking 12 tog duvets but our 8 year old will be in pop top so not sure how warm he’ll be up there. Thanks in advance.
A really good way to keep your van toastie is to install isotop internal insulation. Expensive but makes a world of difference.