[Ansteorra] Pavillions

Aurore Aurore at hot.rr.com
Tue Apr 22 16:56:27 PDT 2003

> Greetings!
> We went and got one today.  Some of the corner pieces were a little
> in and we had to work to get all the poles far enough into the corners to
> get the canopy to fit correctly.  Ropes and stakes are really cheap, so
> on replacing it. It has a vented top, so don't plan on it being
> (even though it is scotchgarded), but it will keep the canopy from being
> much of a parachute in the wind.
> Our plan is to leave it up in the back yard for a week and see how it
> It took about 30 minutes for the 3 of us to set it up.  The little white
> tags labeling "Part 3", "Part 6" etc., won't stay on when wet, so we were
> thinking that some reflective paint on the different parts might help for
> night time set-up.  The walls are pretty cool, too. The top has square
> What Llywelyn is concerned about is how it will hold up to being taken
> repeatedly. I have e-mailed the distributor (it's made in China) to
> about replacement parts. There is a durability issue.
> All in all, it makes a very nice list field or kitchen pavillion for a
> household or a small group.
> Thank you for letting us know about this find.
> Mistress Xene
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ansteorra-admin at ansteorra.org
> [mailto:ansteorra-admin at ansteorra.org]On Behalf Of Susan O'Neal
> Sent: Friday, April 18, 2003 7:49 PM
> To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org; northkeep at ansteorra.org
> Subject: [Ansteorra] Pavillions
> Was at Wal-Mart today and bought something others might be interested
> in.  (Just searched the online site and it isn't listed there yet)  It is
> Better Homes and Garden's Castle Peak Pavillion.  It was $99 and is 10X14
> think.  The fabric is a tan color and it has the crenelated (I think that
> is it, my herald in resesidence is visiting Namron) edges-or maybe that is
> dagged, and they are trimmed in a brown.  The sides are on rods can be
> around the post with a tie or zipped together.  It has 6 posts and 6 side
> sections, any of them can be closed at a time-giving you great
> flexability.  The support rods are a little over an inch in diameter and
> are steel that is powder coated a darkish brown color with a texture to
> much nicer looking than my other two pavillions.  The guy at the store
> he has put it up by himself, so it should be fairly easy to put up and
> at events.
> The store I was in (for those in Tulsa, on Memorial around 43rd) had 20 or
> so of them in stock, so they should be easy to find currently,
> Susan the Curious
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