Thanks for the edits, I have made the changes and the new report is upload and draft deleted. It is a convenient little tarep.
From: rayestrella1 <rayestrella@...
Sent: Monday, November 5, 2012 6:18:55 AM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] Edit/Approval: OR - Integral Designs Siltarp 1 - Theresa Lawrence
Thank you for the OR in answer of the call. I have been thinking about getting something like this myself. I have a few edits for you, after which you may place the corrected review at:
Reviews > Shelters > Tarps and Bivys > Integral Designs Siltarp 1
***Listed Weight: 8 oz (218 g), without stuff sack: 7 oz (198 g)
Measured Weight: 10.4 oz (295 g) with 4 cords I attached
Dimensions: 152 x 221 cm (60 x 87 in)
Packed size: 15 x 8 cm (5.9 x 3.1 in)
Edit: it is usually best to stick to one system first followed by the conversion. So either all the metric followed by Imperial, or vise versa, instead of swapping off. It makes it easier for the reader's brain. (It is early so mine is fuzzy;-)
***The tarp is made from ultralight silicone inpregnated 30D ripstop Cordura nylon,
*** This tarp has seen temperatures as low as -10 C (F) and high force winds
EDIT: missing the conversion temp
*** This way I don't forget the cord and avoid a tarp disaster, or keep me from having to be extra creative in that endeavor.
EDIT: this sentence is jumbled up. Either try it is two or maybe reword like:
This way I don't forget the cord, avoiding a tarp disaster, or have to be extra creative in that endeavor.
*** I usually try to tie two ends to trees and and the other two ends to rocks on the ground
EDIT: delete extra "and"
*** All the webbing loops are in tact as is the whole tarp
EDIT: intact (one word)
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