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Good try Howie

March 22 2017 at 9:28 PM
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Response to IMO, it's best to use a groundcloth under the tent, between tent floor and ground.

Man oh man, I remember when this would have created a firestorm. Those were the days, huh? Actually though, I agree. Tried the innie thing one year after reading some of Cliff's books. Have to say, I learned a lot from Cliff, and respect his knowledge. However, if you are careful to tuck your ground cloth under the tent so it doesn't carry water beneath the tent, an outie is the way for me. So, bring it on! 😛

 
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