Ideas, advice, tips, and tricks regarding shelter, shade, tents, and camping. Yes, this includes RV's too.
So, we had our medium tent pegged out in our backyard to dry out after last weekend's festival. Then our friends got in a car accident, so we went out to pick them up and take them to hospital/home.
Then there was a thunderstorm.
Now our tent is gone. *sadface*
We still have our little tunnel tent... but do you guys think it's worth buying another big "closet" tent? We also have a carport and a dome with a makeshift tarp cover, but none of those has the "enclosed" element we were hoping for.
(we are still hoping to find it down the street somewhere or something... it was even pegged down! but had nothing in it. it probably wouldn't have survived the burn anyways...)
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would said street, happen, to be paved with yellow bricks, perhaps?
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