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  1. #11
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    Tarptackular

    TarpZilla

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    This has a ring to it - TerraTipi
    "Don't let the things you can't do, stop you from doing the things you can do."

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    Here are a few more:

    TundraTipi
    TimberTipi
    ProTipi
    DenaliTipi
    StretchTipi
    ArrowTipi
    NitroTipi
    TrapperTipi
    MadTrapperTipi
    OasisTipi
    ExtendaTipi
    WingTipi
    PorchTipi
    TransTipi
    ThermalTipi
    TurboTipi

    And the inevitable, ThunderTipi!
    Last edited by Timberline; 05-25-2010 at 02:34 PM.
    "Don't let the things you can't do, stop you from doing the things you can do."

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    I just found out about this, courtesy of good, old EdT and it is EXACTLY what I have been wishing for since 2006, a perfect one man mountain tipi to live in during harsh weather. I just called Janice an hour ago to get details and have started "working on" my little "cherub"....HOW many tents do you HAVE NOW.....you know how that goes........

    I AM going to buy one and use it back home in the Kootenays where we will have an "open" six-point Elk season in my favourite area this coming autumn, first in years and last year, I jumped a HAWG close enough to an old mining trail that even an old geezer could get the meat out before it soured in the heat. Hmmmm!

    I would call it "The Mountain Tipi" as it seems best suited to serious mountain use of the K-tipis now in production, BUT, design a "mossy" net for it, puleeze!!!

    With this, one could have a heated, standup shelter and all the other gear for solo treks at under 10 lbs., all in and THAT means more seasons for elderly, creaky guys like me, good one, Patrick!

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    The Nighthawk Its shape resembles the fuselage of an F-117 (stealth fighter).

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    Some great names so far, but in the spirit of the other products, how about....

    Tall 2 - Man

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    If the gentleman in the background is average height, it looks taller than a four-man.

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    Rhino tipi - the tipi kinda of has a "rhino-shape" to it.
    Outback tipi - play off the "Opening the outback" slogan
    Nita tipi - Nita is a Choctaw word for bear.

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    High Camp.
    Vertical.
    High Peak
    SRO..standing room only.
    Grandstand.
    High Comfort.

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    The Lewa - after a rhino preserve in Kenya I had the fortune of visiting.

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