Ideas, advice, tips, and tricks regarding shelter, shade, tents, and camping. Yes, this includes RV's too.
Question for the veteran burners:
What would be a preferable tent set up: a shade structure with a small tent underneath it (and do you have a suggestion for an inexpensive, durable pop-up or other shade structure), or a large multi-room tent insulated with reflective material? Ideally we'd like a large multi-room tent under a shade structure, but that's outside the budget.
We've got a long list of pros and cons, but mostly I'm curious what you've found works best for you. Thanks!
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Word is that it's the air circulation between tent and roof--1 foot recommended. Reflective doesn't help. Go with the small tent and shade. You'll be able to practice living outdoors.
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