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24 Nov, 2021 @ 17:40:45 pm
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Hallo al julle slim kampers. Ons het more 'n hewige stormwind hier op Hartenbos en ek is genoop om 'n stormnet te koop. Ons verwag 48km wind hier met rugwinde tot 80km. Hy is nou op en ek wil graag raad he oor wat die maklikste manier is om hom op te vou want hy sal weer moet terug in sy sakkie soos ek hom gekry het. Dit lyk of dit nogal 'n uitdaging gaan wees.

Enige raad sal waardeer word.

Dankbaar vir ons gesondheid wat ons toelaat om te kamp
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24 Nov, 2021 @ 17:59:16 pm
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Jammer manne. Ek het nou op die vorige draad afgekom. Al die antwoorde en raad is daar

Dankbaar vir ons gesondheid wat ons toelaat om te kamp
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25 Nov, 2021 @ 18:11:29 pm
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Lol

Al weer oppad iewers heen.
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26 Nov, 2021 @ 06:23:34 am
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Hallo al julle slim kampers. Ons het more 'n hewige stormwind hier op Hartenbos en ek is genoop om 'n stormnet te koop. Ons verwag 48km wind hier met rugwinde tot 80km. Hy is nou op en ek wil graag raad he oor wat die maklikste manier is om hom op te vou want hy sal weer moet terug in sy sakkie soos ek hom gekry het. Dit lyk of dit nogal 'n uitdaging gaan wees.

Enige raad sal waardeer word.

Hoe was storm toe gewees?

WAARSKUWING:

Kampeer is aansteeklik en verslawend 😁
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26 Nov, 2021 @ 08:31:02 am
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Currently down the road at Harkerville , 20 KMS east of Knysna with much the same winds, storm straps and cargo net doing it's job.

We just bundle ours into a sack when we move and unbundle it at the next stop, it never tangles.

two roads diverged in a wood and i took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.
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29 Nov, 2021 @ 19:12:32 pm
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Best way to fold it is to fold it repeatedly in half length wise.  This leaves you with a long net about 30cm wide the length of the net.

Then start to roll it up from one side.  You must roll it as tight as possible.

Next time you have to use it  stand at the point where caravan and tent meets.  Hold the tip of the net and through the net length wise over the caravan (from back to front of caravan).

Then just unfold the net as you initially fold it.  Makes setting up very easy

You will find that that the tighter you rolled the net the easier it will unroll during the toss over the caravan.

This works very well with a soccer goal post type of net that I have.  Should work  relatively, fairly okay with a cargo type of net

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