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Old 06-26-20, 10:01 AM
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I agree with Cycommute. Here in PA unless you hang around camp for hours in the morning your gonna be packing up a wet/damp tent also with bugs and dirt on it. Keeping my sleeping bag dry is top priority especially in winter. I will often times pack it in it's own dry sack then put it in a waterproof pannier. Overkill I know but beats shivering through a cold night in a damp bag.
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