We haven't missed Camperjam since it started back in 2008. Over the years it's grown from an small event dominated by men dressed in camo print shorts and hoodies barbecuing sausages and haggling over second-hand car parts to a family friendly festival with tribute bands, ukulele workshops and tasty street food with weekend tickets selling for triple their face value on eBay.
The market area features row upon row of traders selling everything from auto parts & van insurance to clothes, camping gadgets, hand painted boots and home-made pickles.
While camo print and hoodies remains the dress code of choice there's great interest in our vintage wares.
Here's my beautiful friend Naomi modelling the Prova gypsy dress and 1950s parasol she brought from our stall.
Despite temperatures hitting the high eighties Andy treated himself to this Shaft-style 1970s leather trench.
Within minutes of putting this set of 1960s camp beds out they were snapped up.
Naomi has been a loyal Kinky customer for years. She also bought this Peterson Maid chiffon maxi and wore it for Friday's Mellow Yellow themed party night.
There's some gorgeous VWs on show (and to buy!)
With a popular Sunday dog show,the canines outnumber (and out dress) the campers.
This dapper pug in his converted tin bath & velvet bow tie was hilarious.
I loved the gaudiness of the traditional funfair.
Here's our neighbours, Voodoo Street. We met at a VW event last year, got on famously and now demand to be next to each other.
The weather was typically schizophrenic. We set off in a heatwave, the heavens opened within an hour of erecting the pitch and turned so cold we could see our breath.
Friday was gloriously hot and sunny.
The evening was chilly so Jon raided the rails for warmer clothes. The midnight thunderstorm was magical.
Saturday and Sunday morning were gloriously hot and sunny with torrential rain yesterday afternoon, but not such a bad thing, the customers sheltering in our stall felt obliged to spend money.
The last time I wore footwear was last Wednesday. Bliss!
What a fab weekend. Just enough time to restock the van, catch up on some sleep and reacquaint ourselves with the cats, the internet and the luxury of indoor plumbing before heading South to the Cornbury Festival on Wednesday.
See you soon!