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Old 11-29-15, 04:54 PM
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prathmann
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Never bothered with a ground sheet and figured that if the tent floor ever deteriorated I could just tape in a 'footprint' at that time to replace it. But in over 40 years of camping I've never found a need to do that. The only tent failures I've had were from zippers or UV degradation of the fly - the floors were all still good.
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