accordionMan wrote:...So now I'm pedaling as fast as I can but the storm catches me...
dragonfly Jafe wrote:Surely there are some horrifying stories from that huge dust devil that hit the city in 2006...it missed our camp by 50 yards or so (I ran out to meet it), and was at least a 1/4 mile wide...
Nitevenus wrote:One particular white out kinda day in 2007 was cause for concern and commotion in our Lazy-A$$ F'ers camp. My camp contribution that year was a brand new carport shade to add to the 3 others for camp shade. Mine being on the windy end was threatening to become airborne, everyone hauled out of their hiding spots and hung (literally) on for dear life until extra ratchets in the tie downs could be done. We weren't so "lazy" that afternoon....
bm_cricket wrote:Would you mind if I used that image in the shade structure wiki? "Make sure you can withstand the wind."
Eric wrote:bm_cricket wrote:Would you mind if I used that image in the shade structure wiki? "Make sure you can withstand the wind."
Go right ahead. I just ask that you leave my copyright visible.
This was a vented parachute- the wind should have gone through it. This storm knocked down half of recycle camps dome (they were behind us), so I'm not sure what you would use to survive that one.
klark44 wrote:before and after [img]/Users/fryselectronics/Desktop/befor%20the%20wind.jpg/Users/fryselectronics/Desktop/after%20the%20playa%20tornado.jpg[/img]
bm_cricket wrote:GageNdG wrote:Glad the rest of the week wasn't like that 1st Monday
Oooh, but the dust storms were great in their own way. It was far more post-apocalyptic.
LostinReno wrote:Just curious if anyone has used these instead of rebar? (Rockbuster polymer stakes) I bought some yesterday, they seem like they'd be easier to deal with.
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