Coleman Canvas Tents
One of the issues that generate great controversy camper in the world is the use of plastic tarp under the tent. This usage is somewhat of a tradition, a culture between the older campers that the use of coleman canvas tents is essential. But do nowadays with the technology used in tents, with more resistant materials and better quality using this still necessary?. Placed under the tent, and leaving no point out. The tent to be mounted on top to cover all the points leaving the coleman canvas tents out of sight. Tent bad, has no solution. There will be a canvas bottom will help. Will fill with water above and below. I do not recommend people having a good tent and go camping over the weekend, putting in place open canvas. The possibility that you set your tent in a location that is a river with the rain there. In this case it is under a tarp, will fill with water all around and getting wet and I said what happens there on top. So do not use. For those going camping in camping, the one place you already know, it rains hard, it'll be a couple of days, the tent is borrowed from his cousin and he bought the house building materials. Place the canvas. In this case it does not (have yes, but they are smaller) problem, because if it rains, you run for cover somewhere on the campsite, everything gets wet, the other day even though you will have (still will get cold due to soil moisture but only a tarp and placed wet if it rains a lot. ). Another option recommended for large campers, is the use of mosquito screen, that window. Also known as ecological floor because it does not harm the environment, this screen should be used under the tent, instead of canvas. Thus would end the problem of water retention and moisture. Hello Andrew, my wife and I are fans camping structured around 10. Say that this time we've been camping for several contingencies, including a "river" passing underneath our tent due to heavy rain. . . . Lol so our view on the coleman canvas tents under the tent, it is important to say, just that you need to know to put it correctly, is the ideal form as a "boat" holding in his own tent, so if you have a coverage extra or double roof, leaving the edges of the coleman canvas tents caught between the fourth and the ceiling, it will help in the event of a storm. Now for sunny days and no rain can run out of coleman canvas tents underneath. Another tip is on the screen Musketeer, which serves as a floor at the entrance of the tent, avoiding the mud that is formed in situ and on dry days do not let get dirty when entering the tent. Congratulations on the initiative of the blog that is pretty cool. Jefferson and Luciana - SP. I agree with the use of canvas, but I use it inside the tent, making a bath. Leaving on the sides of the canvas tent. Thus the water that comes from below and passing through the floor will not come into contact with the sleeping bag or inflatable mattress. Camper am also amooo is in contact with nature and forget for a few days of the big city. I'm planning to buy a tarp to put under the tent. I was a little confused, she was really necessáio or not. But at last I went camping, one of those "small" roots stuck the tent of a friend, so I think it is right for me to keep my tent and protect it from such accidents, after all made a big investment in it. . . .