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More info needed on Get a Tent Large

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Written on: 21.06.2009 21:49
Botha Kruger
Posts: 3
Do the Get-a-Tent (Large) tents have groundsheets? From online pictures of previous years it looks like they don't, and that only the small ones have an attached sheet. Can anyone confirm this? Since we are travelling from South Africa, I prefer to carry as little as possible with me. I of course assume it's necessary to have a sheet in case it rains.

Written on: 21.06.2009 22:05
Posts: 663
I'm not sure if I understand correctly but the tents are like this one:


So they have an attached ground sheet and are water proof.

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Written on: 21.06.2009 22:48
Botha Kruger
Posts: 3
Thanks, if that's the case it looks fine. The best pic I could find of a Large tent is this one:


...and that looks like it has no sheet.
Written on: 22.06.2009 01:23
Ace > The Coffin Camp
Posts: 402
What you see the guy sitting in op the photo, is only the outer tent. Where you take your shoes off.
The actual inner tent, where you sleep, is another closed compartment.
It's behind the cat in the photo, and it has a really durable tarp/sheet floor icon_smile.gif
Written on: 22.06.2009 09:08
Botha Kruger
Posts: 3
Cool, that's good to know, thanks for clearing that up.

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