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Almost everything is packed up now, so it's time to take the tent down and make departure from Butcher Knife Canyon official  I begin dismantling the tent by removing the large rocks that I placed inside at the cornersThumbnailsI assemble the 10-ton bike just beyond the goathead-infested meadow at the Butcher Knife corral I begin dismantling the tent by removing the large rocks that I placed inside at the cornersThumbnailsI assemble the 10-ton bike just beyond the goathead-infested meadow at the Butcher Knife corral I begin dismantling the tent by removing the large rocks that I placed inside at the cornersThumbnailsI assemble the 10-ton bike just beyond the goathead-infested meadow at the Butcher Knife corral I begin dismantling the tent by removing the large rocks that I placed inside at the cornersThumbnailsI assemble the 10-ton bike just beyond the goathead-infested meadow at the Butcher Knife corral I begin dismantling the tent by removing the large rocks that I placed inside at the cornersThumbnailsI assemble the 10-ton bike just beyond the goathead-infested meadow at the Butcher Knife corral

I find that one of my tent poles is quite bent, a victim of last night's wind storm, but it doesn't appear to have affected the tent's performance. Kudos to this low-end REI tent!