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Notify of new replies to this comment - on Notify of new replies to this comment - off Subscribe Notify of Wiliam First of all, it should be an amazing experience to spend a night in a aquarium. Yeah, the cot is super sturdy and will probably last decades.
I have been using a Coleman Converta cot http: It is cheap, yet sturdy. No maintenance, no adjustments. Just pack it in your trunk and unfold it once arrived on site. When I was asked if I wanted to go for the weekend I asked where we were staying. The answer was in a teepee. I had to go just to check out the experience.
First was jumping on a privately owned bus with about 20 people, all who were supposed to be staying in the teepee to my amazement.
First was jumping on a privately owned bus with about 20 people, all who were supposed to be staying in the teepee to my amazement. The latter design is more suited for indoor use and it is the cheapest of the three designs. With proper care they will last me for some time:
When we got there jobs were divided up. A man had made the teepee himself, it was all natural, and huge. It was lighter and easier to set up that the canvas with metal poles one but the Canvas one is just nicer. I have two plastic tents also from my MIL for backpack camping. With proper care they will last me for some time: I went in one and it was like a house. Oh, and love the cot idea too instead of inflatables.
I loved it and remember it was really comfortable and thought it was so cool with all those wooden pieces. Thanks for allowing me to bring back that fond memory.
Also, I wonder how it would hold up in high wind situations. It is really beautiful, though. I just noticed that it is treated with a waterproofing agent. The last photo is intriguing, what is it? Carolyn and her team will whip you up a custom tent any size, shape or color.
Or they can repair a or customize a used tent if you find one. Their quality is outstanding and their prices, while not cheap, are fair. They can be reached at: Not the kind with bars at the head and foot — just a traditional Mayan net hammock, made of hemp or cotton or what have you.
So good for you. There was a shade structure next to us at Burning Man that had hammocks set up for people to rest in during the day.
Thank you very much for your effort. They are not without shortcomings.
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