I was just sitting inside, with the windows open, enjoying the sounds of the season's first real good thunderstorm. No precipitation, just a constant, roaring thunder, and it was loud. But then... THEN it starts dumping hail. What do I do? "HERE IT COMES, I'M GOING OUTSIDE!" Grab my packa, a hammock, and my Superfly and head outside to enjoy from an elevated perspective.
Problem: I am pretty darn sure my Superfly was misting. I know most people say, "oh no, you're crazy, silny doesn't mist; it's just condensation formed under the tarp being knocked off by drops of rain." I had the tarp up for like 2 minutes before I was realizing it, and it was pitched high and wide. That couldn't have been condensation (right?). What's the deal? Does silny mist or not? I know for a fact I wasn't imagining it. I had my phone in there with me (to record the storm, duh. Doesn't everyone do that?) and was watching teeny tiny drops of water appear on the screen, as well as feeling them on my face.
Ideas? I figure silny can't possibly be that useless in a storm, or nobody would use silny for tarps... lol.