lets try this again forgot how to quotes i guess . how thick is the stuff and is it like ashfault.Tom said:. As Ned says, the ground is hard, so I used the kind of anchors that look like a very large nail.
slumbert55 said:how thick is the stuff and is it like ashfault.
thanks tom it sounds like they hold quite well. the ones you are talking about are they made of alummun or steel as i have seen both.Tom said:but I do know it needs a small sledge hammer and you have to keep hammering all the way in.
iirc ? i believe i know what they are. in mich. they are used to put in ground to hold bottom rail for skirting among other things. gotta love that spellchecker ;DTom said:IIRC when I first ran into this
that's one option , have seen plates with eyes on them that go under your your rig tires, possible to use in some caseswoodartist said:but I have seen tent venders use buckets of rocks to hold things down.
talking about the portable garages or storage inclosers the kind the vendors use they are white and thought it would be good sun screen. on blm land can you use them at your site.if you anchor all four sides and keep closed when real windy they seem to do quite well.Ned said:.? It sometimes can be quite windy so I wouldn't recommend a free standing room either.
slumbert55 said:can you use tent rooms the free standing ones, also do ground anchors work there?