NR - Pavillions, Pavillions, Pavillions.
Nathan W. Jones
njones at ix.netcom.com
Wed Feb 3 22:23:26 PST 1999
Ragnar wrote, concerning GP tents and frostliners:
>at Will Rogers boyscout camp has had several of them for reasonable
>prices. The GP small liner is six sided and roughly 16' diameter.
Hmmm...I didn't know that the scout camp had them, although it
does seem natural.
> Keep in mind whatever you end up with that you have
>to get yourself and your tent to events and the bigger the
>tent the more cargo room it takes for the fabric,poles,stakes,
This is where having a truck comes in handy. *grin* I have
avoided buying a large tent or pavillion prior to this because
I can only depend on myself when it comes to putting the darn
thing up. Friends are great for help, but it can be pretty
"catch as catch can" sometimes at events, and besides, if I
always depend on them to help me set it up they will soon
start to avoid me. Although the "if you don't help, don't
expect to use it" tactic is attracitve.
>Maybe you should consider renting a tent instead of buying or making one
>until you decide what you want. The boy scout camp has several GP
>mediums and for a suitable donation they might let you use one them for
>the weekend since it wouldn't be leaving the site. It might be possible
>to get them to put it up and take it down for you as well.
This is an excellent idea!!! Wow. Mindblowing even! I will
definatly look into it. But, I still want one of my own.
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