Glad you are here!

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For your perfect start into adventure, here are a few tips and info: 

Water & Power

01

There is basically unlimited water and power available to you. Of course there is also electricity. 
Hence we try to keep everything as sustainable as possible, we would be very happy if you help us and don't completely escalate water and electricity consumption :)

02

Internet

The reception here in Delve is very good - you can stream what the stuff holds. The hub is under the sofa, should it have to be reset.

 

Hub: TinyEscape
PW: 39JJRJJEYEYAA374R8

Heating

03

The Hobbit wood stove, apart from being smaller, can be operated in the same way as other wood stoves. 

 

1. Air supply:
Fully open the small door under the main door. There is the ash catcher - if it is empty, the stove pulls best. If it is full, empty it in the ash container outside between the tires, but only if its absolutely cooled down. 


2. Make a fire:
With smaller pieces of wood and a stove lighter make a fire and then quickly put on bigger wood pieces. As soon as the wood burnes nicely, you can put on a briquette. This saves wood, but also work, because the briquette glows for a long time.

 

3. As soon as the stove burns really well and a briquette is burning as well - close the door to the ash cather and cut off the main air supply. 

Always use a glove to operate the oven, as the handle gets very hot!

 

If the window gets rusty simply rub it with some paper. (only when it has cooled out already)

Wood and briquette supplies can be found outside to the right of the house in the dark brown box.

If you don't want to heat with the Hobbit stove, you can grab the fan heater. This can be found under the sink and is certainly easier to use for a fresh morning than turning on the stove.

Heating

04

The Hobbit wood stove, apart from being smaller, can be operated in the same way as other wood stoves. 

 

1. Air supply:
Fully open the small door under the main door. There is the ash catcher - if it is empty, the stove pulls best. If it is full, empty it in the ash container outside between the tires, but only if its absolutely cooled down. 


2. Make a fire:
With smaller pieces of wood and a stove lighter make a fire and then quickly put on bigger wood pieces. As soon as the wood burnes nicely, you can put on a briquette. This saves wood, but also work, because the briquette glows for a long time.

 

3. As soon as the stove burns really well and a briquette is burning as well - close the door to the ash cather and cut off the main air supply. 

Always use a glove to operate the oven, as the handle gets very hot!

 

If the window gets rusty simply rub it with some paper. (only when it has cooled out already)

Wood and briquette supplies can be found outside to the right of the house in the dark brown box.

If you don't want to heat with the Hobbit stove, you can grab the fan heater. This can be found under the sink and is certainly easier to use for a fresh morning than turning on the stove.

Your Safety

05

It is important to us that you are safe in the house and know what to do in case of an emergency: 

An easy-to-use fire extinguisher is located under the sink.


A first aid box is also under the sink. 

A smoke detector as well as a carbon monoxide detector ensure that dangers are detected at an early stage.

In case of emergency keep calm and call: 112

Place Rules

13

As you will have noticed, we are on a camping site. Therefore we would like to consider a few rules out of respect for the other campers:


Rest periods:

Very easy to remember, no remmi demmi at noon and at night - so from 22-8 o'clock and at noon from 13-15 o'clock.


Dogs:
Dogs are welcome, but please leash them, there are some furry neighbours.

 

Open fire in the fire bowl:
Please don't ignite it too high, just use a little common sense, if it is super dry in summer you might want to do without it, or if it is very windy. 

Your Safety

07

It is important to us that you are safe in the house and know what to do in case of an emergency: 

An easy-to-use fire extinguisher is located under the sink.


A first aid box is also under the sink. 

A smoke detector as well as a carbon monoxide detector ensure that dangers are detected at an early stage.

In case of emergency keep calm and call: 112

Place Rules

13

As you will have noticed, we are on a camping site. Therefore we would like to consider a few rules out of respect for the other campers:


Rest periods:

Very easy to remember, no remmi demmi at noon and at night - so from 22-8 o'clock and at noon from 13-15 o'clock.


Dogs:
Dogs are welcome, but please leash them, there are some furry neighbours.

 

Open fire in the fire bowl:
Please don't ignite it too high, just use a little common sense, if it is super dry in summer you might want to do without it, or if it is very windy. 

Any questions?
Then please contact me (Sophie) : 0049 1 76 - 26 11 30 15 

Any questions?
Then please contact me (Sophie) : 0049 1 76 - 26 11 30 15