Bob wrote:Might help to state the style and brand of tent. Also, read your manual.
If it has internal tie points, use those. Otherwise I'd avoid compromising the canvas cover. In a high wind and/or rain your articles hanging off the sides may pound against the cover and cause leaks or rips.
Dollar stores around here have one-dollar nylon tool belts with a bunch of pockets. The straps are long enough to wrap around a five-gallon bucket, stretch across a camping cot, or use somewhere else in a tent. I usually use a cot, and stow most of my items underneath.
Thanks for teh advice. I have been trying to think what these things were called. I seen a toiletries travel bag that has the basic storage capacity I am desiring there in the tent and even thought to look for one of those shoe trees you hang on the back of doors made out of canvas. Something like that is what I seek.
The tent I am using is a Camping Equipment Co brand Vanguard. My instructions do show how the tent constructs, but it isnt as detailed beyond that.
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