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Hex in a 40 mph wind - the next night was even 'better' gusting to 60mph..
Trouble no one about their religion;
respect others in their view and demand that they respect yours.
'slike watching 'Cheech and Chong Go Camping'....
Thanks Bluff; most complementary.
Have got a nest Ben - but don't usually need it for the Alps....although we did find a cheeky 'porter' mosquito or two hanging out at 2300m on this trip
New, modular system for the SL3 (and other single skin shelters) More details here
I was looking at that earlier on your site; and thinking about something the same last week while away.
Looks good - the corner struts are a useful feature as we skipped on pegs for the floor last week and although you can pop the elastics over the flysheet pegs it does not exactly a bathtub make....although looking at the pics you use separate pegs - guess those could be dispensed with and elastics extended.
I miss my nest
The two front corners use separate pegs as it gives a better angle to tension the tub (although still works satisfactorily using the intermediate flysheet pegs)
All the other points use the main flysheet pegging points.
Stay strong; you will be reunited this week
And are they already part of the massive Oookworks conglomerate industrial production line?
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