In the San Juans in Colorado.
Great Example of using paddles for tarp poles.
Photos curtesy of Stephen Miller.
Drawcord Bivy in the Wild. James S. Photo
Montana High Adventure.
Montana Tarp Photo
“Amazing quality, Dave! This was my first ever pitch of a pyramid tarp and it took me only a couple of minutes. Looking forward to using this for multi day backcountry skiing, backpacking, river running, mountain biking, etc. Thank you, Scott”
From 1972, collection of backpacking advice.
A photo from the book of “The Lake Wenatchee Trail Helper”
“There’s a nap for that.”
Best part of the day. Just before afternoon graupel.
Canoeing the Missouri Breaks
Water at put in was safe if not tasty.
Broad, gentle river with some current. Good for beginning canoe-ists. Hoodoo, and dike formations along the river.
Oware pyramid and tarp used together for darker shade on a hot day.
Slot canyon with arches and towers makes a good hike.
Which side of the tent belongs to the camper ready to go?
Driving home through Big Sky country.
Grateful to a customer who sent these photos of a FlatTarp set up at several campsites.