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[at-l] ID SilShelter



before you "bag" it - consider the use of a lightweight bivy sack to
"bug-proof" it in areas where that is a problem . . .

thru-thinker

Mark Hudson wrote:

> For Sale:
> Amongst the things I have gathering dust is an Integral Designs Silshelter,
> only used once. It's a nice little lightweight shelter
> (http://www.integraldesigns.com/tarps-frame.htm), but it confirmed that I
> live in "tick central". I found four ticks inside the shelter the night I
> used it and decided that it wasn't appropriate for the area that I live in.
> I did manage to poke one small hole in the front flap which I've patched.
> It weighs about a pound (more info at the website). Paid $150, I'd like to
> get $100...
>
> skeeter
>
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