Message posted by Mucker1884 on 01/9/2015 at 7:18pm
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Outfit: Karsten 350+Awnings &2x Kampa Classics
Site Reviews: 20
Tent Reviews: 5
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Although it's easy for me to say, as I haven't had this happen in mine, but I reckon if it ain't drippin', it don't need fixin'! If it's cold or wet to the touch... then don't touch it... and don't let anything else touch it!
I have had signs of condensation once... first time out, last November, in the cold and wet. Stupidly slept with all vents closed, and in the morning, the "walls" and carpet-less edges of the SIG were wet inside. Not had a repeat, as we've left all 4 top vents open ever since, and occasionally (if not freezing!) an inch or two of the rear vents too (We sleep with our heads next to them).
Never noticed our canvas feeling wet, as such, but of course it's often cold/damp... I often touch the canvas (inside) first thing in the morning... I find it rather comforting!
2015: 19 nights/8 camps so far.
Planned Sept: 12 nights at RCN La Ferme du Latois (+ 2 Overnighters)
2014: 34 nights/10 camps
2013: 36 nights
2012: 23 nights