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Family tents - how big is too big? 5-Apr-2014 At 5:09:46 PM pedro.c
We've had similar experiences to JamesMc. We've owned a few of the larger family tents and had them shirt themselves in high winds in unlikely places e.g. Nowra Ski park, Scotts Head Caravan Park

We were camped at Thredbo Diggings, in busy school holidays in Gale force winds. The only Taj Mahal still standing in the morning was one of those big canvas fortresses with lots of guy ropes. The four of us were in a couple of 2-3 man tents, nothing flash but they remained upright.

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