To: Peter Shute <>, cbrandis <>, Birding Aus <>
Subject: Tents
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 07:33:49 +0930
Only on a couple of very windy occasions have I had a problem and then I've
just stashed more gear inside.

 I stopped putting in pegs many years ago.  As a biological consultant often
working alone I had to be out as soon as possible to dig pitfall traps etc.

on 23/1/08 7:18 AM, Peter Shute at  wrote:

>  wrote on :
>> I just throw my air mattress and bag into the tent (before I
>> erect it if needs be), and that usually anchors it. Deinise
> Usually?  What happens when it doesn't?  Still, not putting pegs in
> would save a lot of time and effort.
> Peter Shute


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