Replace your Thermarest with the SS OCF pad, and tada, you're there.
The biggest problem the SS does *not* solve is cooking, etc. under the tarp in inclement weather. So far I've been able to work around this by sitting in the opening slit.
HH Asym & sym tarps
I now have a backpacker asym and a Coccoon non-asym tarp in addition to my JRB tarp. I see MacEntyre has used it as an awning.
I'm not against cutting them up but I don't do a lot of sewing. I would love to use them as end pieces to block the wind on the head end and an awning on the foot end.
Anyone have photos or a diagram that would do this?
the first diagram is doesn't hit me on how to do it.
"Courage Grows Strong at a Wound" - Stewart Clan Motto
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