The Donkins in full military dress
The Quinns' place
Seamus supervises construction
One tent to go...
The camp takes shape
The big tents
The little tents
The fire pit and benches
View from the top of the hill.
Camp in those tents? You can't be serious, says Captain.
Chewing it over
Is he serious? asks Helen.
No, you have to be joking say Rocky and Jean
It's hard to think straight with an empty glass.
People say their last goodbyes before going down to the field
Stuart wonders if he remembered to pack the primus-teasmade
So who's going to tell them about the hidden mine shaft?
Hang on while I fill me boots
The last supper
Steve Haddon grips his audience with another tale of soil.
Donkin has joined the Masons
Butter wouldn't melt
The horror. Captain and Rocky audition for the part of Col Kurtz in Apocalypse Now! the musical.
Julie thinks: why am I standing in this garage on a cold Friday night with this old git?
He thinks: Why have I just dipped my finger in my pint?
Well Drew, I'm left holding my pint. And you?
Frances: Mum are those silly buggers seriously going to camp in that field? They want their heads testing.
So how would you castrate a horse then?
Steve Gooder sheds some light with his day-glow head.
I've been a wild Rover for many a year...
..and spent all me money on whisky and beer...
Instructions on safe use of a tilly lamp: 1. Shake it up and down a bit.
Who goes there?
The rush for breakfast
Dear diary, mum and dad brought me to this terrible place called the North where they're feeding me on pies and black pudding.
Where's the nearest Fuller's pub?
Can you get us all on your back Stanley.
Honest, it's a gammy leg.
How far to Everest base camp?
Roysten Vasey beckons. There's a local shop...
We're local people..
Not much call for sunglasses around here. This is a local shop.