Looks like we in the cone of Heavy Rain. Just when we thought we had enough rain. coming to a weekend near us. wtf.
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I went through the same deal. Stretched out my poncho liner and tied off the 4 ends, propped up the center with an e-tool and crawled inside. The poncho was on the ground on all 4 sides and kept the wind off me. Barely enough room to sit. Socks were dry-it was a good day.Another hurricane, y'all remember, they're never a big deal until they are. Back in 1968 while on one of our extended hunting trips Typhoon Bess hit us in I Corps, South VietNam while we were out in the bush. What a miserable time that was with only our poncho liners to protect ourselves. Try and keep a smoke lit in that shivt with the winds blowing and the rain hitting us like a waterfall for 3-4 days.
After the storm was over I came down with emersion foot (all the skin peels off the bottom of your feet) and I had to be evaced back to An Hoa. A Corpsman asked me how I had let that happen so I told him I had no idea, after all I had brought an extra pair of socks. I couldn't walk for several days.