skippy3k wrote:Fufa wrote:I just printed out Badger's lovely diagram and spent 15 minutes working out the "best" camp shade orientations considering all these factors. Thanks so much for this!
I did too. I ended up doing "Hmmm...this will work. Wait....no, this is better. Wait....if the sun is here, then should be here. Wait....everyone else will be here too. What if....awww, forget it. I'll just see where I end up."
Though I am curious as to what you arrived at for being "best"?
I guess it's a little easier for me since I am placed in a theme camp.
If I got my angles all correct, it works out to something like this. Our shade is an arched tunnel (or a ribcage as I like to think of it), so the right and left sides go to the ground with tarping. The back wall (top on the diagram) is a sunblocking tarp, and the front is open. This should but our entrance facing the sun at lunch time.