RE: [BackpackGearTest] EDITED/APPROVED - OR - Exped Andromeda II - Jerry Goller
- Wow, you *are* picky about I.... ;o) I agree with every edit and have
made the corrections.
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[mailto:BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Kathy Waters
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2011 22:23
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] EDITED/APPROVED - OR - Exped Andromeda II -
Quick and dirty edit. Upload at :
If you aren't expecting high winds or reasonably heavy snow, it can be.
Edit: I'm a real stickler for the "you" word. Can you please change it to
"I" to reflect your experience? Please?
Temperatures have ranged from highs of 20F (-6 C) or so down to lows well
below 0F (-18 C).
EDIT: Please add a space between the number and the "F".
I've had snow as heavy as 2 ft (.61 m) over night.
EDIT: If you add a zero before the decimal point, it makes it easier to
read the metric measurement correctly.
Once the tent is up I can slid my sled under the vestibule side, out of the
snow and wind.
EDIT: I think you mean "slide".
All that gear stays in the vestibule so melting snow never gets inside the
tent body leaving everything stays dry and clean.
EDIT: Delete "stays".
As you can see by the image, the opening is gray on gray. This can be very
hard to find, particularly when you are tired,
Edit: I would rather see "As can be seen in the image..." and "when I am
----- Original Message -----
From: Jerry Goller
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2011 9:01 PM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] OR - Exped Andromeda II - Jerry Goller
HTML version at http://tinyurl.com/43e9o78
EXPED ANDROMEDA II TENT
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