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Subject Topic: The Brits love affair with windbreaks !
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23/7/2010 at 8:06pm
 Location: London
 Outfit: Hilleberg Nallo2 GT - Tarptent Scarp 1
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You could always use a tarp (and poles) to create a windbreak.  Does look more like a tent than a barricade.  If I have to cook in a windy spot it's always worked for me.

For all the reasoning behind using windbreaks as given above...why do they have to be so large?  Several metres of break does seem a lot just to shield a cooker.

 



23/7/2010 at 8:13pm
 Location: Worcestershire
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Because as everyone has been explaining, there are many different reasons for using them, not just to cook.



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