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    Impressive although I am dying to use my classic "loitering with intent" joke.

    Seriously tho' canvas is a lot nicer material then nylon for tents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Tim- View Post
    although I am dying to use my classic "loitering with intent" joke.

    Seriously tho' canvas is a lot nicer material then nylon for tents.

    Cheers
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    Ha ha, groan..... Yeah, the canvas is very substantial compared with the silnylon that I am used to.

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    Good stuff -)

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    So, I finally got out into the woods with my wall tent. The temps were down to just above freezing, so it gave me a chance to get the ammo can stove set up within the tent. I really liked the little house type feel of the tent, room to stand up and walk about and easy entry and exit. The stove had it cosy in no time.
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    That must be sooooooo nice and toasty in the winter
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    Quote Originally Posted by OakAshandThorn View Post
    That must be sooooooo nice and toasty in the winter
    I highly recommend it OAT. Like a little house in the woods.

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    Very impressive! Well done mate.

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    missed this first time round.. looks amazing, id LOVE a wall tent like this... spot on 10/10...

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    very nice
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