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Both in car camping....

April 2 2017 at 9:38 PM
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DR bob  (Login DRBOBDERRIG)


Response to IMO, it's best to use a groundcloth under the tent, between tent floor and ground.

the blue tarp stuff which is not nearly as slippery as plain plastic. The clear stuff underneath so I don't have to deal with mud on my tent.

When canoe camping I just used the Tyvec stuff underneath to keep mud off the tent... I also have a way good rainfly on my no-name tent that has not failed me yet.

so there !

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dr bob
"Those who stop where reason and instinct command never reach the best and highest places of all" Bill Gilbert

 
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