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Old 05-08-2011, 10:59 PM   #61
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I think (my memory fails me @ the moment) I just have them looped over the awning rail. The "tent pegs" are actually the dog chain stakes that you twist into the ground. They were pretty much useless @ the site it the pic. The ground was a mix of sand & gravel & the stake wouldn't hold.
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Old 05-08-2011, 11:28 PM   #62
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Thanks, the idea is a great one and I can understand that sometimes the camp site may provide challenges.

Thanks for the prompt reply. Safe and fun camping.
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Old 05-08-2011, 11:58 PM   #63
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Camco Awning Stabilizer

The awning tie-down kit is available at Walmart for under $10

Walmart.com: Camco Awning Stabilizer Kit: Automotive

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revrnd: what a beautiful spot you are. I am sure it is almost in wilderness. I have not seen too many mini lite 2106 here in our town. I was interested also in that one because of its light weight.
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revrnd: what a beautiful spot you are. I am sure it is almost in wilderness. I have not seen too many mini lite 2106 here in our town. I was interested also in that one because of its light weight.
That pic was taken last summer up @ Halfway Lake PP between Sudbury & Timmins. It was hit by a severe wind around 2000 or '02. Nobody was hurt, but several RVs were damaged by fallen trees.
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