Standing Room Tents Family Cabin: It attaches to your 10' x 10' canopy

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  1. Bushcraft_Dave

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    Hey guys and gals, I got a new tent for the new year! I needed something big, sturdy, and comfortable, because my significant other doesn't like ruffing it too much. She tried backpacking me with and she didn't enjoy that very much. I was pretty comfy sleeping on Thermarest sleeping mats but she has back problems. I plan on taking this into the mountains for a snow camping trip. I have a Mr. Heater tent heater that I'll use, passing the gas line outside to a 5lbs propane tank. The roof has a hook that I'll hand a Deitz oil lantern on. I have a queen sized inflatable, plenty of room inside, but I prefer using 2 cots. I'll have a "entertainment" corner where I'll have 2 backpacking chairs and use the cooler as a table for playing cards.
    So I choose this type of tent because of the easy set up. I had an Ozark Trails 10 by 10 canopy and all you have to do is "clip" it onto the frame. Now you have a really sturdy cabin style tent. I'm 6'1" and i can stand in all for corners. Tons of space inside, just a little under 10' x 10' and the roof at the highest point is 8.5'.
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    Waterproof heavy duty 150d polyester
    10' x 10' x 8.5'
    tub styled floor, keep the mud and water out
    2 sky lights
    4 doors, convertible to screen doors
    4 utility pouches
    hook on the roof for a lantern
    outlet for power cable or propane line
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    Here's a video of the setup:
     
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    I like that!
     
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    Thanks for checking in @Strigidae !
     
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    Don’t have any from the outside but here are a few from inside
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    @mtngoat Thanks for the pics, cool tent. I kinda like the straight walls versus the slant walls, I think there's more usable space and I can stand upright in all four corners.
     
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    That looks nice and roomy. Hope the MRS enjoys camping in the new set up.
     
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    very cool! just be sure to leave a few vents open if your running the propane heater........wouldn't hurt to bring a carbon monoxide alarm and hang it up by the sleeping area.

    thats got some headroom to it!
     
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    She's a "GLAMper" this was the only way to take her out lol
     
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    Very good advice brother. Thanks for reminding me
     

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