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Best Camping Tent : Marmot Halo 6 Person

If car camping is your thing and you want premium weather protection and interior space, we love the Marmot Halo. In terms of structure, the Halo has a lot in common with a backpacking tent, featuring a taut DAC pole design that stands up well to serious wind. With circular poles around the top—hence the name “halo”—you get added mesh …

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Camping Tents Buying Advice

Pacious, user-friendly, and feature-rich, tents for camping are made for a relatively luxurious experience in the outdoors. Many of these behemoths offer enough room to set up cots or even chairs and a table for card games on a rainy day. The majority of car campers take only a few trips a year, usually during the peak summer months, and even …

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Best Camping Tent : NEMO Losi 4 Person

Nemo has made a very interesting adaption with its 4-person Losi. This tent is a true hybrid: the 4P Losi builds off the success of the 2 and 3-person backpacking models, but adds significant interior floor space and height that is more akin to a camping tent. At under 10 pounds total, you can use this tent for car camping …

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Best Camping Tent :Eureka Copper Canyon 6 Person

The Copper Canyon excels in one key area: its size. This mansion-like 3-season shelter is big enough for a group of six-foot adults to walk around in comfortably. All this space make it a prime choice cot sleepers, festival goers, and families with kids. And with a full mesh roof, air circulation is excellent even with the rain fly on. The …

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Best Camping Tent : Kelty Trail Ridge 4 Person

Kelty’s Trail Ridge 4 Person offers a competitive mix of features for value-oriented campers. At $181 for the 4-person model, it’s affordable but includes a number of upgrades from cheap tents like the Coleman Sundome. First off, you get a full coverage rainfly and vestibule for rainy and windy conditions. Kelty also uses quite a bit more mesh in the …

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Best Camping Tent : Coleman Sundome 6 Person

Realistically, a healthy number of people only go camping once or twice a summer in good conditions, and don’t need all the bells and whistles of the tents above. If this sounds like you, give serious consideration to the Sundome 6 from Coleman, which isn’t made from the fanciest fabrics but likely will got the job done. Most importantly, the …

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Best Camping Tent : REI Co-op Kingdom 6 Person

If car camping is your thing and you want premium weather protection and interior space, we love the Marmot Halo. In terms of structure, the Halo has a lot in common with a backpacking tent, featuring a taut DAC pole design that stands up well to serious wind. With circular poles around the top—hence the name “halo”—you get added mesh …

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Guide To Decorate Your Garden

Humble garden fence, our gardens have them but we neglect them.Yes we may paint or stain them but do we decorate?  This Spring let us celebrate our garden fences and show them some love.Use your fence as a blank canvas and accessorize with some of your up-cycle favorites or beautiful pieces. Ornaments as Finishings Much more than an afterthought, garden …

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Best Tools To Construct A Treehouse

Before building a treehouse we should know that treehouses involve lots of parts that need to be shaped and fixed together. Certain tools are essential, such as a saw, but due to the number of cuts involved some jobs are better done with powered tools. You don’t need to have a fully equipped workshop to build a treehouse because they …

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How Long Ropes Last Outside A Treehouse

Too Many people ask me how long tree swings last, and it is impossible to give a definitive answer. I say from my experience when high quality ½” or larger ropes are used, that most ropes are still safe between 3 and 10 years after installation. I have found broken or unsafe ropes on tree swings at +/- 10 years old.How to Inspect Rope …

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Things To Know Before Building A Treehouse

Climbing trees has always been part of human history, allowing us to escape floods, saber-toothed tigers and intruders.Building tree houses has long been part of human history, too.Let’s be blunt. Building a decent treehouse is really hard. It takes something like 60 man hours start to finish and costs more in wood and materials. In other words, it’s a job …

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Steps To Build A Simple TreeHouse

As we all know that treehouse can be a magical hideaway, fort, or play destination for almost any child, as well as a fun project for any adult. Building a treehouse takes careful planning and construction, but your hard work will pay off. If you give your dream treehouse the care and attention that it deserves, then you can build …