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Discussion in 'Canada' started by BackRoader, Jan 31, 2020.
Lol, I found packing up the dry tent was challenging enough.
I got an Expedition II very if any use off craigslist...for ...get this 100 ca.....as I left after buying I was going "START THE CAR" It was some guys uncle that his nephew had owed him money...didn't know the tent! I lucked out.
No tent is.
But the room makes up for that! my helinox max con w legs affords me lots of room and I still have room even for the Savanna chair STILL inside the tent....then the garage for the bike/cooking on those yucky days!
Stolen property, sort of?
As far as the wet thing goes. I know I travel a little heavy but I carry my tent, tarp, hatchet and poles in one of my waterproof bags. If its wet, it just stays wet but I don't need to worry about clothes, food or anything else getting wet because of it. I try to dry up as much as I can by wiping the tent off with a microfiber cloth. Keeping all my stuff I don't want wet in a separate waterproof bag makes it much easier on me. I will dry it out good when its dry outside or if I am in a hotel. Again, I understand that this is not the only solution but the one I use.
nope...even talked with the guy later. He paid full price for it and needed money to pay his uncle for rent. Of course I did not tell that I would have paid WAAAAAAAAAY more for it.
So very happy with my setup now.
Next will be a KIPMOTO trailer from the island.
I guess I misread it. Sounded to me as though you bought it from the uncle who was owed money by the tent owner.
I drop the poles, pull the pegs and stuff it in the compression bag as it lays, so when you deploy it, comes out long ways. To deploy, reverse, I put the 1st peg in one of the vestibule corners and pull the bag along my axis. 5 minutes.
You don't need to fold it. Just stuff it. Do the same when it's wet, but as soon as I get home or the next dry day, I set it to dry really well.
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