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Dome Tents Advice

Discussion in 'General Tundra Discussion' started by oramjacob, Sep 14, 2022.

  1. Sep 14, 2022 at 11:54 PM
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    How do I keep my tent from blowing away?
     
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    Really? 1st time outside.
     
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    Should work fine
     
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    Make sure to put a good plastic sheet underneath tent, prevents moisture buildup from body heat against ground.

    If rain or wind is expected, make sure to consider angle of tent (if not round), so water can funnel around along with wind.

    As others said, stake and/or tie with good rope to a tree or large rock, this is the side pointed into the wind. Luck.
     
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    I like to bring a hatchet along for the fun.

    Pound tent stakes AND chop some firewood.

    ...No fires inside the tent BTW
     
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