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    Repairing a tarp

    Well, I was doing some tarp work today, when I noticed some damage to my tarp. I have attached two pics, one giving good perspective of scale. The damage goes completely through, and is almost exactly in the middle on one half panel.

    I am not sure how to proceed. I need to get this repaired. This is not my primary tarp, but is now my backup. I was going to loan this to a friend with whom I am going on the AT in 3 weeks. Any ideas of how to proceed?

    FWIW, my buddy has a Hennessy Hex, but my silnylon tarp is larger and lighter, so I wanted to give him a little break in what he was carrying.
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