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Date:         Wed, 18 May 2005 05:54:42 -0400
Reply-To:     Roger Van Till <rvantill@SBCGLOBAL.NET>
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From:         Roger Van Till <rvantill@SBCGLOBAL.NET>
Subject:      Re: Can't quite figure out how . . .
Comments: To: Rocket J Squirrel <j.michael.elliott@ADELPHIA.NET>
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Mike, It's attached to the metal corner braces on the pop top with web loops on the tarp corners. My wife Mary makes these rainflys for sale. They're fantastic for sun and rain. Leave the screen window open without getting soaked. P-mail me or check them out on Frank's site.

Roger Van Till 89 Westy

On May 17, 2005, at 9:18 PM, Rocket J Squirrel wrote:

> At the bottom of there > is a description of how to use a tarp to keep rain off the front of the > raised poptop canvas. I have been studying the picture for a while and > I > can't quite figure out how the tarp is attached at the upper end. > > I just know it's going to be one of those "Doh!" moments. . . . > > -- > > Mike "Rocket J Squirrel" Elliott > 71 Type 2: the Wonderbus > 83.5 Westfalia: Mellow Yellow ("The Electrical Banana") > KG6RCR >

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