Yeah, I’m trying to find examples online but keep finding ones where its tied directly to the buried anchor. This is just a trick i was told about during an outdoors class when I told them my story of woe chiseling out a rock I had so expertly (and deeply) buried the night before.I haven’t been snow camping since, ha. Warm Socks & Hot Cocoa Christmas Xmas T-Shirt My tent has little plastic pieces on the ends of the guylines that I’d probably have to remove to get them to slide past the stick in the morning. You put a big loop around the deadman.
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