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Author:  littleredcanoe [ November 16th, 2012, 6:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Adirondack canoe/wall tent deer camp

Frankr wrote:
Robin

Thanks for a great post. I am just starting to get interested in camping in a wall tent with a small wood stove. It looked great.

Frankr



Got me to thinking about just after ice out camping on Lobster Lake. And there is a campsite on Scraggly(off Pocumus Lake up Grand Lake Stream way that begs for hot tents. Plus the huge campsite at Dobsis Dam.

Maybe we should start a thread about " Hot Tent by Canoe " campsites that involve at most one short portage.

Or maybe ,like sharing favorite fishing holes, not.

Author:  Robin [ November 17th, 2012, 7:32 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Adirondack canoe/wall tent deer camp

Frankr wrote:
Robin

Thanks for a great post. I am just starting to get interested in camping in a wall tent with a small wood stove. It looked great.

Frankr


Hi Frank,
I bought that tent and interior frame kit but a 8x10 is too big for canoe camping. I never sewed, but I found an old machine and with my wife's instructions,(she won't let me near her machine) I went to work.
I hated cutting it up, but all went well and even with a few minor mistakes, it's all good.
The frame works really well, fast set up and strong, just bulky if you have to carry it over a portage.
Wall tent camping is alot of fun, just the early sunsets need getting used to, no more evening paddles.
Although sipping from a cup around the wood stove ain't the worst thing in the world...ha
Robin

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