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Old 04-20-2012   #21
Rainy Northwest, Washington
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With my Kelty Noah's tarp, I threaded some 3/16" nylon around the perimeter through all of the grommets and loops. It gave me more places to tie to, and helps reduce wind flap. I also used mini-biners with some pre-tied guy lines. Then I could clip a 'biner around the perimeter line at any point. Light weight and cheap. Long loop-type cam straps are also the bomb.

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