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Last night's strong wind continues this morning and tries to push the tent around while I get ready to dismantle it

Last night's strong wind continues this morning and tries to push the tent around while I get ready to dismantle it The last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagThumbnailsAll packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagThumbnailsAll packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagThumbnailsAll packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagThumbnailsAll packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and diesThe last items to be removed from the tent are a big rock and my water bagThumbnailsAll packed up, I begin walking the bike down Keystone Canyon; my tripod blows over and my camera lands face-first and dies

However, it doesn't cause much of a problem; I've gotten fairly good at taking the tent down in the wind!