3311Re: Walrus Zoid 2 in the rain
- Jun 4, 2001
> The tent and fly do not stay taught when wet.(where it
> ### Did you pull the straps tight though the adjustment buckles
> buckles to the tent body)I set the tent up quickly and it looked taught when I set it up. I'm
sure I could have made it tighter-- it was definitely not drum taught.
I left the adjustment buckles in the same position as the prior time
I used the tent on a humid night where I had no problems with tension.
It didn't become loose until an hour or so after I set up the tent.
Anyway, It was late and wet and I had no desire to fuss with the tent
in the rain. After this experience I'll take more care to really
tighten the tent if rain is likely. I would have fussed with it more
if I had gotten to camp in the daylight.
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