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Old 06-26-20, 01:04 PM
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Originally Posted by zebkedic View Post
I did consider the Flycreek as well, but having camped in some really rocky locations where staking was quite difficult, I opted for the Copper Spur for freestanding ability.
Iíve never had an issue with staking out my Flycreek. I stake my tent every time I pitch it and I live in an area that is basically on large rock. This is typical of the campgrounds in my area

Untitled by Stuart Black, on Flickr

The rock I used to pound in my stakes is in that picture somewhere. I didnít even know that campsites came with grass until I toured in South Dakota about 20 years ago.
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