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Old 08-26-2015   #1
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Poll: Tarp Anchor points

Assuming you have no trees and are using oars for two corners, how many anchor points do you typically have?

This may depend on your tarp but lets discuss.

Assume really windy conditions.

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Two at each corner in a V shape staked in with rocks on top of the stakes. The back would be dropped to the ground and into the wind so the wind would go up the back of the tarp.
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