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Firework Safety

We here at Big Sky Canvas care about your safety this 4th of July. Below are a few tips to keep you, your family and friends safe while celebrating. Firework and Sparklers Safety More than 50,000 fires are begun by fireworks every year. Take the appropriate safety measures when operating fireworks. Never take apart or try to make your own fireworks Only light fireworks on the ground and in areas that are dry and fire resilient. Don’t attempt to light multiple devices at the same time. Never allow young children to handle fireworks or sparklers alone. Always keep a transportable fire extinguisher close by. Also keep a water hose or buckets of water nearby to put out fires. Don’t point...

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How do I hunt with a wall tent?

Tips For Your Wall Tent Hunting Camp Hunting season is just around the corner in most parts of the country. We have geared up for the season and look forward to talking with you about your tent needs. Whether it’s an expedition for elk in the Rocky Mountains or a quest for a woodland whitetail in the backwoods of Ohio, a canvas wall tent camp, is a great start for an adventure. We want our customers hunting experience to be exceptional, so we put together a few tips to follow this coming hunting season. Toss a fly over your tent. It’ll preserve your tent, keep it dry and shed snow. In subzero temperatures, have coolers on the inside of the camp by...

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Give Springtime Wildlife Extra Space

Wildlife observation continues to be a highlight of camping trips. From birds to rabbits, reptiles to white-tailed deer, various wildlife species offer an abundant supply of natural entertainment. Observing wildlife in its natural environment can be pleasing in many ways, which normally becomes a highlight of a springtime camping or hiking excursion. Wildlife and human interactions can be a positive experience for both — if common sense, respect and space are kept between animal and observer. If the goal of the outing is to observe wildlife as close as possible, then being aware of a few facts will create less stress for the wild ones. When children are included, and hopefully they are, the experience can be even more rewarding as long...

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What do I do during a bear attack?

With of the bear attacks that went on last year, the Big Sky Canvas Team wants all of our customers and their friends and family to be safe while exploring bear country. If you’re fishing, camping or hiking in the woods of North America – predominantly Canada, Alaska, Wyoming Washington, Idaho, the Dakotas or Montana it’s  possible you could come across a large bear. We have put together a few recommendations for our hunters and hikers on what to do when on an outdoor pursuit in Bear Country.  Make Noise. When entering bear country, you should be sure to make noise to alert them to your presence. Talking, clapping or singing aloud could help remove any doubt about your intentions. Do not...

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Caring For Your Big Sky Canvas Wall Tent.

We here at Big Sky Canvas want to make sure you care for your investment properly. Our canvas tents have been used all over the United States in a variety of environments for 40+ years and are built to last generations. Like other fine pieces of equipment, tools, and clothing, proper maintenance is required. Here are a few tips to care for your Big Sky Canvas Wall Tent: Zipper Preservation: Have zipper unzipped when placing/removing wall tents over a frame to prevent too much stress on zipper. Set up Location: Be aware of which trees emit resins and avoid setting up under these types of trees. Set up tent: considering prevailing winds to keep sparks from blowing onto wall tents to prevent...

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