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I got a tent that I wanna bring for hitch hiking bit I don't have a big duffle bag for it, I do have tarp and can someone tell me what's best to bring? (I'm planning to hitch hike in june with a friend).
 
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I got a tent that I wanna bring for hitch hiking bit I don't have a big duffle bag for it, can someone tell me what's best to bring?

If this is the question, the answer is simple. Bring a big bag, right? I'd highly suggest against a duffle or any sort of bag that needs to be held in hand. You need your hands free for other things, like thumbs up and a sign in the other, etc. So probably a backpack of some sort, obvy. That or get a smaller tent/leave the tent behind because it is summer after all. Also, use the search feature. As Matt pointed out; This question has been asked and answered ad nauseam.
 

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