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Unread 06-30-2014, 06:39 PM
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This is my shower tent. I have had it for about 9 years. It has been used by 3 field camps where 15 people take showers everyday for 5 weeks. It is a Paha Que and really a great quality tent. It has never had a part failure and that is saying something. Usually the zipper will go after about 500 zips. This thing just keeps on truckin'.

The tent has zippers up high on three sides so you can reach out and hang clothes or a towel on the horizontal poles. Very handy. It also has a mesh loft up high for your solar shower. I'm 6'3'' and the loft is even up above me. I took a shower twice this last weekend---except at Wind Wolves with the temps in the 90's you don't use a heated solar shower bag but just squirt off with the hose. I have a redwood grate for the bottom. I set this one up on the corner by the bathrooms. That way a person can step from the concrete slab into the shower without getting muddy feet. I have a second grate that would be used if there were no convenient slab corner to work with. By setting up on the corner, I still have a place to run my guy lines and drive in stakes.

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Thanks for your thread here. I don't compromise anything with my protection. I am always careful and give my 100% while building my tent. Because I thought this is my second home. Though it's made for few days. And don't forget to take this necessary things like- food, knife, first aid box, axe and other things
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