Yee ole flappin tarp question
- Okay I know we have covered this but I recently had a tarp flapping
issue even though I thought I was using a workable solution from some
of the suggetions previously offered on this topic. Now I'm stumped.
Last weekend I set up my hh with the tarp is came with at the lake.
I was doing a weekend kayak paddle with some fellow paddlers. We set
up on a hill top in an organized campsite (they had a pop up trailer
that needed a flat space to park)
Let me set the scene - Rain off and on the whole afternoon, evening,
and misty through the night. Fog from the lake rolled in after dark
and the wind was probably around 10 mph off and on during the night.
I used some small bungies I had in my truck for the tarp anticipating
the wind. I had three bungies (2 on each side point and 1 on one end
of the ridgeline) I didn't have a 4th bungee for the other ridgeline
so just attached it as usual.
While this worked beter than just using the ropes it still flapped
enough to annoy me. What am I doing wrong? I guess I don't get it.
jamie in az
- I'm in for both places as well and any kind of camping set up is fine
with me. I'm trying to summit the 20 highest peaks (with trails) in
AZ so if we do something around the Santa Catalinas my vote is for
something a little higher up with a day hike to the MT. Lemmon summit
and if we go to the Santa Ritas I'd like to hit Mt. Wrightson. But
if you guys aren't up for any of those trails then I'm fine kicking
back at a car campsite too and just enjoying the breeze.
jamie in az
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, wpick87506@a... wrote:
> Hi All
> The weekends listed are good for me. Although I wonder what the
> would be like in Feb. As to location, I would like to suggest the
> Mountains south of Tucson, i.e. Maderia Canyon. Or the Sabino
Canyon basin in the
> Question: will this be camp-out-of-the-back-of-the-truck or a hike-
> base camp?I'm up for both.