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pop up beach shade tent - Genji Sports

Genji Sports One-Step Instant Push Up Hexagon Beach Tent (Tall)

Genji Sports One-Step Instant Push Up Hexagon Beach Tent (Tall)

One piece push up instant beach tent, new taller design for tall customers. Setup in 3 seconds, folds down in 5 second, very easy to use just like opening and closing an umbrella. Durable 190T with PU coated 600-Millimeter nylon, UV 50+ protective material to block the harmful UV rays, it provides the shade for your family. 3 side double windows with fine mesh screen to block the sand. Front zipper door can be laid out as an extended floor or zipped up to become a change room. 4 built-in sand pockets and sand stakes to keep the tent on the ground. Tent, screen mesh and floor materials meet CPAI-84 fire retardant standard. Light weight only 6-Pounds, durable fiberglass frames with patented one touch design, tent comes with a carrying bag. Dimensions 94.5 x 59 x 56-Inch (length x width x height). Package size 43.7 x 4.7 x 4.7-Inch (length x width x height). This beach tent sun shelter is large enough for two adults or many many kids.

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Tarn, our tent & Minam Pass

Tarn, our tent & Minam Pass

{day three} We both slept well at our Mirror Lake campsite. I woke up early and grabbed my camera, Mt. Hardware coat, and took a brisk hike to the east end of Mirror Lake. My wife stayed tucked in her warm goose down sleeping bag. I told her I would return within an hour.

My hope was to get some reflection photographs as the sun came up over the Eagle Cap Wilderness and before any light wind started to pickup. The scene was spectacular. After snapping off a series of photos, I would sit on a boulder and watch as the ever increasing light reaching the landscape changed the beauty of the morning sometimes dramatically and at other times with light nuances.

After getting all the photos I wanted, I hiked back to greet my wife, emerging with the morning sun, from our backpacking tent.

We had breakfast, placed our tent, rainfly, tent footprint, and our Thermarest pads out on the solid flat granite slabs around camp to dry and warm in the morning sun.

We were packed and ready to head out at 9 am, both happy to have the next 7.5 miles to our pickup truck, all downhill (down the East Fork of the Lostine River) and quite satisfied at all the fun and good exercise, we had experienced. The weather had been great and you couldn't ask for more remarkable scenery. A good time was had by all (both of us).
If you are in need of some reading material you can click on my Eagle Cap 2010 and 2008 flickr photo set and read more detail about this loop backpacking trip and a day hike in 2008 that inspired it. Here is a short (relatively short) description of the backpacking trip my wife and I took together:

Eagle Cap Wilderness backpacking loop - September 27-29th, 2010
Northeastern Oregon - Mr. & Mrs. Oldmantravels.

I make a list at the beginning of each year. On the list I include all of the hikes, floats, backpacking, and road trips that I would enjoy taking that year (if possible). I then place the best month(s) to do each, and then sort the list by “best month” first and “type of trip” second. It causes me to focus on the possibilities and make the most of each year.

Next I set up my Yahoo home page with the nearest town to where these activities are located so I can keep an eye on the weather. I usually have at least a dozen towns I follow in this manner.

So, when I saw that Joseph, Oregon would have high temps in the mid 70s and low temps in the high 40s, I knew the conditions were PERFECT for a good set of day hikes or a backpacking trip. Not too hot, not too cold, no bugs, & few people (week days and late in the season).

“I don’t like backpacking”. I hate carrying a load heavier than a good day pack…but in some cases it is the only way to really enjoy what you want to see, and ever since 2008 when our youngest son and I did a 16 mile round trip day hike into the area, I knew I wanted to wake up some morning and crawl out of a good backpacking tent to the sight of Mirror Lake and Eagle Cap peak.

I put a modest three day route together and was delighted to hear that my wife had three days off her part time job during the good weather window AND she wanted to go with me on a backpacking trip. The deal was sealed!

The counter-clockwise loop route we took was 17.5 miles long with 2,960 feet in elevation gain. Here it is:

Day one: Hike Two Pan trailhead to Minam Lake - 6.5 miles and 1,780’ elevation gain.

Day two: Hike Minam Lake up over Minam Pass to Mirror Lake - 3.5 miles with 1,180 ft. up and 940 feet down.

Day three: Mirror Lake to Two Pan trailhead - 7.5 miles with a 2,020 ft. elevation drop.

Sparky, chillin' out in his 'cat tent'.

Sparky, chillin' out in his 'cat tent'.

This was taken when Sparky was approximately 6 months old. He's in a 'cat tent' (can't think of a better description at this time). He still has that pink nose!

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