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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    I switched to the EZC 2 line for winter and love it. I really like that it's reflective and although it's heaver - It isn't slippery like most cord and it holds knots better. I do not bring tent stakes in winter because I just tie knots with deadman anchors instead.

    Deadman anchors? I'll have to look that one up.


    Ah, yes. I had to use one of those under rocks when setting up on the banks of the French Broad River for the Hot Springs hang. Makes sense. I had been using dynaglyde for my guylines. I still have the old lengths. I may want to hold on to them in case I ever do winter camping.
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