I did, I looked a bit daft on the train and the lads made fun of me at first but when they wasted their money on *text deleted* ironing boards at the naffi I was the one laughingHello guys,
Is anyone taking an ironing board down with them, it isn't on the kit list but lots of lads recommend taking one down with them
If you have literally have no stops inbetween stations then i would say you're extremely lucky and a rarity, some lads have 3 to 5 changes and have to tackle the underground as well on top of an 5 hour journey.Well all I need to do is take it out of the car at the station, carry it on to the train and leave it at the luggage place with my hold-all, sit on the train for two hours, then carry it off the train at Lympstone and then take it where it needs to go. If it’s a struggle carrying a ironing board then I should probably cancel my enlistment haha!
I think if you were to amazon locker it you’d probably have to wait a while before you can go collect it (unless they have amazon lockers on camp...?), therefore you’d have to buy on regardless to see you through the first week or so....
If you have literally have no stops inbetween stations then i would say you're extremely lucky and a rarity, some lads have 3 to 5 changes and have to tackle the underground as well on top of an 5 hour journey.
He stopped using it . I was informed it was fine for tshirts but not big enough for anything else. My dad still finds it hilarious. They just used a blanket on the floor. Also steam irons hadn't been invented.I've seen them. How did he get on with it? When I did RT we didn't use ironing boards. We just put a bedding blanket on a table and ironed on that.