EDIT: Owner Review Bibler Ahwahnee 2 tent - Richard Lyon
- EDIT - Owner Review Bibler Ahwahnee 2 tent - Richard Lyon
Yes, we are getting there. The pictures, with the extra text, add a LOT to
the report. There are still a few edits for you, but these are small.
Otherwise this is in very good condition.
Could you REPOST here and in the Test / Owner Reviews folder when you have
fixed these items please, and I will pick it up.
> Backpacking background:EDIT: almost there: 108 words, just a bit too far above the 100 word limit.
If you remove the clause "since I moved to Texas in 1986", which does not
relate to your backpacking anyhow, you would be there.
> made of ToddTex, a waterproof and breathable PTFE fabric inventedEDIT: as discussed by direct email. You could quote the Bibler web site
> and perfected by Todd Bibler,
directly here maybe?
> an all-purpose, all-season, two-person backpacking tent.Comment: I HATE the word 'person' :-) The Oxford English Dictionary defines
'man' as 'a member of the human race', and the English language is not sexed
like the French language. Thus any apparently male word does include the
female. Sigh. The PC pollies etc have corrupted our language. Pass. <end
> sack is large enough for tent, poles, stakes, ground cloth, and myEDIT: omit the comma after 'cloth'
> stakes, and stuff sack.EDIT: omit the comma after 'stakes'
> There are small loops on the corners, and an extra hole in the nylonEDIT: the 'in place is confusing. I am not sure what it means here? Can you
> strip that holds the canopy pole, in place that could be used with
> guy lines in windy conditions; I've never found that necessary.
clarify please? You could omit one or two commas as well.
> assembly much more difficult than setting up the tent, as the clipsEDIT: omit comma after 'tent'
> temperatures down to 10F (-13C).EDIT: space between '10' and 'F', and between '-13' and 'C'
> I'm confident that I could use itComment: in other cases I would have to ask you to remove such a sentence as
> in winter, although the vestibule would be needed.
you have not deliberately tested the tent in the winter. However, given that
you have been snow camping in another tent, and have 'accidentally' used
this tent on snow and in a blizzard, I think this is OK. Yes, we do tend to
be a little pedantic about these sorts of things, but it keeps our standard
> tent are with the vestibule. As noted, it's a nuisance to set up..EDIT: two periods at the end of the sentence