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9 thoughts on “Canvas Wall Tents for Simple Living or Camping”
I think I’d rather use a yurt. Wall tents are horrible to live in.
With prices the way they are, I might have to live in one of these.
We see a lot of these at Living History Encampments we go to. Some have wood stoves, baths etc, very cool. but I will stick with my TIPI 😉
No windows. No thanks.
You can get them with windows.
check out a place called Fall Creek Sutlery for these types of tents 🙂
OK in general….but there is no sleeping in a high wind.
I have a 10 x 15 marquee tent with a wood stove !
Spent a month, every summer, in one of these growing up.
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