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    Re: Gladstone Bay Campground, Gladstone, MI.

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    Re: Gladstone Bay Campground, Gladstone, MI.

    It's an older version of the Wanderer 4, available only at MEC, which is Canada's equivalent of REI.

    It has proven to be a great shelter over the years. It has 2 very large vestibules, 2 doors with zip up panels, 4 storage pockets and is tall enough for me to stoop over to get my pants on.
    My version has one detachable vestibule, while on the newer version, that is not the case as both vestibules are integrated into the rain fly.







    While not the most compact shelter, with the poles removed and packed separate, it packs down to a reasonable size with the aid of a compression sac.


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    Re: Gladstone Bay Campground, Gladstone, MI.

    Neat, Thanks....

    Looks like it has been replaced by the Acadia 4.
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    Re: Gladstone Bay Campground, Gladstone, MI.

    Ken: what size is the yellow tarp you have over the picnic table in your pic?

    J.

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    Re: Gladstone Bay Campground, Gladstone, MI.

    Quote Originally Posted by LorneG View Post
    Ken: what size is the yellow tarp you have over the picnic table in your pic?

    J.

    Judy ...... that's the Silicone Guides Tarp from MEC and is approximately 9 1/2 x 13' ..... large enough to easily cover most picnic tables!

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