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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel r View Post
    I don't pack my tarp. It is nestled in bugnet snake skins and stuffed in an outside pocket. I just fold it in a "W" and stuff it in.

    When is is raining, I can string my tarp without taking my pack off. Then set up everything else in relative dryness.

    I don't have a pic. Sorry.
    Hmm... that is very well worth considering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerous View Post
    Funny, it looks wet inside your dry bag?
    I thought the exact same thing. Perhaps there was room to store an emergency beer as well.

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    On the right in the green bag is my 12X15 Wilderness Logics Big Otter tarp. On the left in the brown bag is my Wilderness Logics Big Daddy (144 inch ridgeline).
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    This is an interesting thread. I am learning alot about sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colonel r View Post
    I don't pack my tarp. It is nestled in bugnet snake skins and stuffed in an outside pocket. I just fold it in a "W" and stuff it in.

    When is is raining, I can string my tarp without taking my pack off. Then set up everything else in relative dryness.

    I don't have a pic. Sorry.
    I'm kind of wondering why anyone would put their tarp in a dry sack. You don't want your tarp to get wet? Leave it at home if you're worried about that!

    Mine also goes in an outside pocket of the pack.

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