You tell by that dog grin, s/he likes it!
That's one fine looking dog you got their Devil Dog! Seems to be saying Ok Boss where is mine.
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That's the one! Thanks a bunch Mac. The last one, with the dog, looks like it'd be a good, roomy but fairly weather-freindly shelter.
two pole setup, uses only 4 to 6 ft of cord and 6 pegs
there are many other ways to configure the tarp using this method, try it out
Sotramk nice set up! I can't wait to get mine. Thanks for the pics.
Got mine on order. Sotramk's setup is great. The pictures of how you guys are setting them up really convinced me to get one. Thanks.
Very nice tarp work there! Thanks for sharing.
I received my new BCUSA tarp yesterday. This is not my first tarp, but it IS the first I have owned that is so nicely finished. It also my largest tarp.
I strung it up today between two trees in the back yard. I was amazed at how quickly it can be put up in a simple A frame shape, with the top mounted loops for the cord, and a couple of stakes per side. It rode out a very stiff thunder storm this morning. Winds were better than 50 mph, but the tarp was steady, and it was dry under it.
I am in the process of putting together a kit, specific to this tarp, that will go with the tarp when I take it afield. Cordage, S Biner hooks, stakes and 550 para cord, cut to length, and packed in a baggie.
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