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Expecting (hoping) to spend more time on the road this year.

Home is where you stash the bedroll. And the computers and the cameras…

It’s sort of a monster, but it’s big enough to live and work in for a couple of weeks at a stretch, and I can handle it solo as long as the wind stays cooperative. Also camping is a LOT cheaper than hotels.

So the next step, on a clear and somewhat warmer day, is to spray it heavily with Scotchgard and seal all the seams (it’s already guaranteed waterproof but a little more insurance is worth it.) and let it dry.


    • Lisa Muscarella
    • Posted 06 Jan 16 at 0739
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    Your back must have aged a lot better than mine has! Happy camping!

    • I’ve been pretty lucky so far. This one is a vehicle tent, though. It’s way too big to pack solo. For three, maybe, but not solo. I still have a couple of small hiking tents, but they’re really too small to do much more than sleep in. This one I could live in for a month and not be cramped…

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