Ugh, I bailed again. I was much more comfy with the ridge line shortened, but boy was it windy. My lowest body points (hip and shoulder as I was almost on my side) were a little chilled but nothing too bad. I think if it had not been so windy I would have not felt even that.
I had my tarp pitched almost to the ridge line and some of the tie outs were staked straight to the ground, it was that low. I pitched it as tight as I could but I couldn't stop it flapping about. It was the noise that bothered me the most, that and the occasional slap from the tarp. My house is at the top of a hill and I get quite a lot of wind up here - I hope this is not going to happen every time I try it out.
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