How to build a two person campground with a simple tent design

Three months ago, I wrote an article about how to build an open space tent, and today, I’m going to show you how to create a two-person tent.

We’ve all seen these kinds of campsites before, and while the idea is simple, the construction and assembly is really, really tricky.

That’s why we’ve got two videos to show.

If you want to learn more about the construction process, check out the video tutorial.

Let’s get started.

Step one: The tent.

First things first, get the inside of the tent covered with a piece of canvas.

We’re going to use a piece from the back of a box or box of packing peanuts.

We want to get as much of the inside as possible.

This is the canvas that we’ll be covering with the tent, which is going to be the same canvas as the tent itself.

This will also help us to keep the interior from being a canvas of paint, so you can get it all covered with that.

Step two: The roof.

First of all, we need to put on some insulation, or as I like to call it, “fleece.”

This is a bit tricky, because the interior is covered with insulation, but we’re not going to cover it all.

You want to make sure that the insulation is as thin as possible, and if you put too much, the tent will start to crack.

You’ll also want to use some sort of barrier, like a thick sheet of cardboard.

You might want to do this by covering the tent with a sheet of foil, and placing a large piece of plastic over the foil.

This protects the insulation and keeps it from cracking.

I recommend placing the foil over the plastic sheet, as it will protect it from the elements.

If we do the cardboard first, it will be easier to cover the inside.

You should also have a big piece of cardboard on the outside of the roof, or a sheet for the front of the cabin.

You can see from the picture below that the roof is covered.

Step three: The inside.

Next, we’re going a step beyond the insulation, because we want to create some type of cover over the tent.

In order to do that, we’ll need to make a frame.

To create a frame, we will need a piece that can be folded over to make an umbrella.

I usually like to fold a piece into two halves, so I can make a big umbrella out of it.

This frame will also be covered with foil, so it will act as a protective barrier.

Step four: The interior.

The next step is going into the cabin and setting up the campfire.

As you can see in the picture, the top of the canopy is covered in foam.

This foam is going on the inside, which means that the inside will be covered in insulation.

If I had to guess, I’d say it will make for a good fire place.

This insulation is going onto the inside and out of the frame.

We’ll be making a big fire pit for the tent so that it can cook a good meal and keep warm.

Step five: The floor.

Now that we have our fire pit, it’s time to build the floor.

This floor is going back to the interior, so the inside is covered by a piece called a foot.

We need to cut this foot off, but not all of it, so that the floor will stay as thick as possible and also provide a good foundation for the structure.

I’ll be doing the flooring by hand, and I can tell you that I find it easier to do it this way.

I find that if you do it by hand you have to make two cuts, one for the roof and one for a corner of the canvas.

The canvas will have to come out the front side, which will make it easy to flip the canvas over, but I don’t have to flip it all over.

Step six: The windows.

I also have to cut a piece for the windows, and then I use some foil to cover them.

I don.t think that you need to do anything to the windows.

They’re going into a hole in the roof of the structure, so if you fold them over the canvas and place them in the hole, they will stay there.

You will need to use two screws to secure them in place, and it is important to keep these windows closed.

The reason that I’m not showing you how I did it is that we are building the tent inside the tent now.

I will cover the outside with a plastic sheet to protect the canvas from the rain, but it won’t help much if you get rain on your tent.

Step seven: The doors.

This last step is to make the doorways.

First, we are going to build two doorways to go between the tent and the tent’s interior.

These two doors will also go into the tent to make it easier for us to