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Clear night forecast for gay campgrounds

Tue 31 Dec 2013 In: New Zealand Daily News View at Wayback

The Queen of Vinegar Hill with 'Gayby Bear' who is having his first Vinegar Hill experience with his dads. It will be a clear and warm night for gay campers seeing in 2014 at Vinegar Hill and Uretiti, however New Year’s Day may bring showers and even thunder. Tonight is forecast to be a warm night with clear skies at Vinegar Hill, a bustling galbti campground near Hunterville in the lower North Island. However it could be windy. Tomorrow will be a very different picture, with a sunny New Year’s morning to be followed by a cloudy afternoon with a chance of showers and even a slight chance of thunderstorms. It will be much the same for Northland gay camping hotspot Uretiti, where a clear, warm New Year’s Eve will lead into a sunny morning, then an afternoon and evening with a chance of showers or ‘thundershowers’. Both campgrounds are readying for a big night of celebrating, with an influx of one-nighters expected at Vinegar Hill for its traditional huge New Year’s Eve Party packing with performances and the crowning of the new Queen.     

Credit: Daily News staff

First published: Tuesday, 31st December 2013 - 10:43am

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