Obtain minimum necessary kit. Workout where to store it. Workout how best to deploy it.
Gazebo (provide shade, bit of rain protection)
USB Oscilloscope USB Microscope Multimeter
Laptops (Ebooks, CAD, ECAD, Programming, Excel, Music etc)
Low power router: Internet Dongle/Wireless Tether (g1?)
Parts Drawer Gas Soldering Iron
Several Large Battery Packs (vis. Kal's) solar panel (from Kal)
Friend's and Family Gardens
Public Parks with Benches
Other gardens: http://www.landshare.net/
All goes in the back of lukes car.
Then we go to a hill somewhere, with our uber range cantennas and steal wifi from a hotspot like the cloud that is 2-3 miles away :D Epic Wifi Win
Because... nature is our friend
Gazebo Tent -- does it need to have walls?
Our Scout Group would potentially be able to lend tents ranging in size from titchy to marquee, on a couple of conditions:
- Hackspace agrees to mend/replace any damage
- Hackspace makes a small donation or alternatively provides an activity for the Scouts (e.g. we have an event in March where the laser maze which I think Hackspace now has would make a cool activity).