We had just arrived at the east arm of Opeongo lake in Algonquin Park. I make one simple comment about the canoe pack that I am about to carry and my son decides to give me a piece of his mind.
The fun had just begun.
"The novel is set within the wilderness of The Algonquin Highlands. The lakes, forests, campsites and portages as detailed within the book are real places, places where the reader can actually visit and feel what the writer is conveying."
A tent becomes your home when you are camping.
It's imperative that you choose your shelter wisely.
I have seen many broken poles, ripped tarps and a
myriad of other problems due to people purchasing
You can get away with this if you are car camping
as the car can become a shelter if something should
Interior camping is another story, a ripped door or
broken poles will ruin your stay in the woods if no
repair can be made.
Please see my previous post "A Tent Is A Tent, Right?"
Part One, on other tent models, for the best fit.
See my YouTube video explaining more below.
It is my hope that these videos will help you choose a
tent that is right for your needs.