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הלך  
#1 Posted : Monday, September 15, 2014 10:55:45 AM(UTC)
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This question arose in specific contexts-may Forum to focus, to isolate this aspect of all other variables.

Would love if you can spare a moment to this issue so that we can learn, adapt, and tent to decide what to buy or if you should change:

A. does the tkshitam under the tent need pegs, which tracks, and in what dosage?

In some tent hire, and why?

(You don't have to stick to the questions, of course.)

And my answers to the questions above (in my experience):

In the past I have used only the tent stands on its own (many of the Israel trail segments and the Golan). Recently I started to use that require walking sticks and pegs (especially Word, sometimes flap). Based on relatively experience; In many places in the country is very difficult to stick. However, I was able to find solutions (rocks, trees, caramel, and on sea water). In all cases not dealt with rain or strong wind, so don't throw this building without pegs.

In my opinion, far nisveni in the country as a whole better tent stands on its own. This is due to a limitation of the Lina campgrounds which land may be difficult and/or missing.

(Of course, examine the other elements, such as adjustment to climate and characteristics of weight and volume of the effort required improvisation, may be offset against benefits such as a fan, or light.)

Thanks-hopefully respondents shall hear all

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Jonathan2  
#2 Posted : Monday, September 15, 2014 10:20:02 PM(UTC)
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Used tents "are themselves abroad, including several storms.
In a tent on the Poles (and have a stretch and pegs) slept so far only in good weather (there's also lucky.:))

My experience is that:
Also in tents "are themselves should invest in a sheet anchor pegs and stretching the strings, for the following reasons:
In bad weather prevents flying tent hangings and protects you better.
B. It also prevents the tent fly himself in a few minutes setting up/dismantling.
C. no small part sealing capabilities of the tent built for rain sheet stretched.
D. If not under the outer curtain is sticking to, moisture condenses on it, all wet and you choked.

Wherever I could not stick because the ground pegs found stones big enough to anchor the tent securely.

An experienced person tent stretching hardly takes time (2-5 minutes)-i.e. it effortlessly.

To sum up — even if there's a "tent" I think that that "should not stick pegs and draw strings."
Not one of them.
Eli TheHiker  
#3 Posted : Tuesday, September 16, 2014 4:55:46 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = go; 581550]

A. does the tkshitam under the tent need pegs, which tracks, and in what dosage?

Yes,

Concrete hard surfaces/wood/then there were a few places where there was a desire to pitch a tent beneath the awning/indoors, and so was not without stakes or fstab.

-Sand beach when the wind had not been appropriate stones to fstab.

The ground was very muddy, farmer-after/during a rainstorm with winds when the ground gets so soft pegs can get away during the night.

Although this happens rarely, but still happens and has to be taken into account. Anyway need to anticipate such situations and make appropriate additions/fstab

[Quote = go; 581550]

In some tent hire, and why?

If the weights and prices are more or less similar quality then tent stands by itself.

It's usually not the case at the moment so most people save weight will stretch tents.

HarmonicWave  
#4 Posted : Tuesday, September 16, 2014 11:27:56 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Eli TheHiker; 581571]

If the weights and prices are more or less similar quality then tent stands by itself.

It's usually not the case at the moment so most people save weight will stretch tents.

What Eli said. He also noted the problem cases, are relatively rare.

The aksmid (8 pegs) I can build with stones:

הלך  
#5 Posted : Wednesday, September 17, 2014 8:08:32 AM(UTC)
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Jonathan, and Yair-thank you for your answers and although arrive – as always.

Jonathan suggests another advantage--the tent stands on its own, and I remembered that I have to say about that (compare my products, compared to tent contained and manifold):

Speed construction and dismantling.
It's easier to position the tent in the direction of the desired position (regardless of the trees, for example).
You can copy it in the middle of the night. (If in the middle of the night, staying beneath the eucalyptus, particularly Gaza, shrkiia is not a smart idea.)

Me going to nylon bags can be filled with sand, mud or gravel? Perhaps anchor solutions?

Yair-glad to hear cases in which were are rare. Are you holding both the aksmid and the tarptant (torque, if I remember correctly?)? What support the preference of each other on a particular trip?

Thank you three, and more respondents who would like to contribute from the experience.

Eli TheHiker  
#6 Posted : Wednesday, September 17, 2014 4:24:36 PM(UTC)
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Me going to nylon bags can be filled with sand, mud or gravel? Perhaps anchor solutions?

It depends very much on the terrain mainly and what's around (stones/trees/buildings), you just need to hold various tensile ropes so that you can alter.

I also got 2 long pegs than usual in case of soft soil.

Hard bags is not a bad solution, mud to create a uniform mass.

At worst, no old tent that night failed, many people sleep without constant.

I think the difficulty because different surfaces do not need to determine whether to buy a tent or not, however cost/liability//comfort.

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