Camping in Different Weather Situations

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Setting up camp can be tricky at times, especially when the weather is unpredictable. Being “victims” of tents being blown away by the wind in a storm before, it’s a good thing to be prepared. Here are a couple of articles that deal with camping in different weather situations.

How To Pitching A Camping And Hiking Tent In Different Condition

It is the first step to know the precise weather conditions before pitching a camping and hiking tent. In this section we will discuss about how to pitch a camping and hiking tents in different weather conditions. Pitching a Tent in …

Publish Date: 08/04/2010 11:16

http://www.cultuslakelots.com/camping-tent/how-to-pitching-a-camping-and-hiking-tent-in-different-condition

Pitch Your Tent In The Right Place

This should take some of the worst of the wind away from the tent by deflecting it over the tent. In spells of sunny weather it is a good idea to choose a shaded area of the campsite to pitch your tent on. The inside of a tent can …

Publish Date: 08/04/2010 13:49

http://tracksandtrails.ca/2010/08/pitch-your-tent-in-the-right-place/

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