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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K
    How about one of these?
    Andy, it does look a bit small. Looks like it might make a nice outhouse though.
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    Check out Shelter Systems - many types - many uses at Burning Man where winds typically reach 40 to 70 mph.

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    I was just wandering at Art in the Park here in Boise and looking at people's rigs on Friday. I have to say, comparing them, that the Lightdome looked to be the most durable. Vern Clevenger uses one of those, along with a lot extra support structures. Perhaps I'll swing by again to day and snap some pix of the set up.

    Lots of different strategies for anchoring them. Vern swears by two-foot re-bar pounded into the ground. I have other friends that use sand-filled PVC pipe Velcro'd to the legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kswatapug
    I was just wandering at Art in the Park here in Boise and looking at people's rigs on Friday. I have to say, comparing them, that the Lightdome looked to be the most durable. Vern Clevenger uses one of those, along with a lot extra support structures. Perhaps I'll swing by again to day and snap some pix of the set up.

    Lots of different strategies for anchoring them. Vern swears by two-foot re-bar pounded into the ground. I have other friends that use sand-filled PVC pipe Velcro'd to the legs.
    That would be very cool to see

    Pete
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