Will I drown?

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  1. ferny

    ferny TPF Noob!

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    I'm off to Stafford tomorrow for a three day car event. I got absolutley soaked last Sunday at a one-dayer. So, how wet do you think I'll get this weekend? Do you think it'll be wise to take some bricks to weight down my tent?
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Better take some bricks with you .. but attach them to the tent, not to yourself! Else, if water levels rise too high ... you know what that means.
     
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    No idea about the weather or the tent, but I have decided to never cross a creek with my camera bag, It has gotten very heavy since the great fall in film cameras and glass. It would be like an anchor.
     
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    Leave the car at home & bring a boat! This weekend I will be attatching a rudder to the van! :lol:

    Where in Stafford are you going?
     
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    I do that on a regular basis ... I just hope I will never slip in the water and go down the rapids ....
     

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