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Old 11-13-2012, 10:23 AM
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ARB Awning and Mosquito Net Room

Thought some of you might be interested in this comb. The ARB awning is so easy to set up. I can have it up and staked out in less than 5 minutes, by myself. I recently added the mosquito net room, and used it for the first time a few days ago. No bugs, but great shelter from wind/blowing sand/sun. And easy to set up also. Inside, for the floor, I have a tarp that I bought, the material was originally designed for heli-pads on the sand in the desert. The sand/dirt fall through, and it stays clean.
BTW.... the palm trees in the photo surround hot springs...

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OK.... haven't had my coffee yet.... nobody would be interested in this *comb*, however possibly this *combo*... I really need to pay more attention... Obviously this set up is for the camping crowd...

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Nice! I will have to give them a look on the web. I'm trying to decide on a roof rack now and this will give something more to think about.
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I think I'd rather do a free standing tent to one that is attached to my Jeep. That way I dont have to break camp if Im just going out for a day trip from a base camp.
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I think I'd rather do a free standing tent to one that is attached to my Jeep. That way I dont have to break camp if Im just going out for a day trip from a base camp.
X2... My wife's vehicle is usually the "established" base camp vehicle, for that very reason Got her a '92 conversion van, and looking to put a roof top "fold out" tent rig (or maybe two) on it.

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Carolyn, I'm really interested in what you do for a living...Looks like your always photographing in interesting places and I kind of want your life. And your jeep.
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Carolyn, I'm really interested in what you do for a living...Looks like your always photographing in interesting places and I kind of want your life. And your jeep.
I'm a black and white landscape photographer..... so, basically, I go camping for a living

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If you are in a Barnes and Noble book store next month (December) look in the B&W Magazine - Special Contest Issue. You'll see this:
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Woooooow. That's awesome!
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I think I'd rather do a free standing tent to one that is attached to my Jeep. That way I dont have to break camp if Im just going out for a day trip from a base camp.
I totally get that. Which is one reason I don't want a roof tent... but I tend to sleep inside my jeep. I put up the room if there is bugs, wind, or I'm staying in one place (which frequently happens for days at a time - waiting for light or ? ... And bottom line, I can have the room and awning down and stowed in less than 10 minutes - so no biggy if I decide to drive on... so it does work well for my needs -
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Woooooow. That's awesome!
Thanks!!! Had to drive into, down, and across a river to get there... sure was worth it though. Didn't see another person for 3 days!
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I'm a black and white landscape photographer..... so, basically, I go camping for a living

www.carolynguild.com

If you are in a Barnes and Noble book store next month (December) look in the B&W Magazine - Special Contest Issue. You'll see this:
Temples to the right, Temples to the left - beautiful job on one of my favorite subjects
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Where did you get the floor tarp? I've been looking at the ARB awning & screen enclosure. Looks great.
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Temples to the right, Temples to the left - beautiful job on one of my favorite subjects
Love that place!
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Where did you get the floor tarp? I've been looking at the ARB awning & screen enclosure. Looks great.
I ordered it from Campworld. It's called a four person sand-free rug, 6x6. It's actually like plastic straws, stretched and woven. It's military grade. The company's website is CGear Sand-Free I got the brown.
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I was right...I definitely want your life. I checked out your site - Absolutely Stunning work.
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I ordered it from Campworld. It's called a four person sand-free rug, 6x6. It's actually like plastic straws, stretched and woven. It's military grade. The company's website is CGear Sand-Free I got the brown.

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