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    Burning at both ends Dblcorona's Avatar
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    Bloomgorge's clips where prototypes. He will be rolling out some new ones soon. Stay tuned as they say.
    "We don't stop hiking because we grow old,
    we grow old because we stop hiking."

    -- Finis Mitchell,

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    Senior Member Mountainfitter's Avatar
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    Nice tarp : ) You did a good job on the video. Not sure if you are looking for any feedback but if you were to pitch the tarp on top of the ridgeline instead of under it, the tarp would have an even tighter pitch. On top of that pitching is faster and you would reduce the stress put on the ridgeline tieouts.

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    Burning at both ends Dblcorona's Avatar
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    Thanks Lawson
    I actually do that normally with the other 2 tarps that I have. I wanted to see how tight without the benefit of the under ridgeline.
    There was a question earlier of what the reflective material was, if you get a chance....
    "We don't stop hiking because we grow old,
    we grow old because we stop hiking."

    -- Finis Mitchell,

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    Just got a chance to check my email today, and looky looky

    "Your package from MOUNTAINFITTER LLC is on its way."

    Of course with being so busy with work right now, I probably wont be able to use it until September.

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