- Follow this tutorial
- Dry bag. I love dry bags. We use these for wilderness canoeing and for sailing all the time.
- Use a Rubbermaid container. As long as the sleeping bag fits inside without bulging the lid, this will work fine (although you wouldn't want to do this for a backpacking or canoeing trip, but for car camping, its sufficient)
- Line the stuff sack with a garbage bag. Again, I probably wouldn't trust it for canoeing, but for car camping...
Saturday, 21 November 2009
To Waterproof a Sleeping Bag....