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groundsheet

, ground cloth
1. a waterproof rubber, plastic, or polythene sheet placed on the ground in a tent, etc., to keep out damp
2. a similar sheet put over a sports field to protect it against rain
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Upstairs at his unit it's like a carpet warehouse - but for groundsheets for caravan awnings.
We unloaded everything, put down our groundsheets and collapsed," says Turner.
I used mine with a groundsheet to protect it from thorns and sharp stones.
Deall wedyn bod dwy lofft i fod i grogi o'r ochrau, ac roedd ein groundsheet ni y ffordd anghywir.
Ken recently had to buy a new groundsheet for the tent.
Then compound that by being 'under canvas' (one-man bivouacs), with just a thin plastic groundsheet to separate your extremities from the solidly frozen soil, while the wind from Siberia played havoc with any attempts to get even a degree or two of heat into one's shivering body.
Jonathan Pearce bought the existing online camping business Breathable Groundsheet in January.
Tipis, complete with groundsheet and raincatcher, along with free use of the solar showers and discounted access to the yurt sauna, can also be hired at the Festival site for lodging for additional cost.
I was very tired and put my groundsheet down and went to sleep in the rain.
A 13-year-old, George Maher, who had run away from home to enlist, recalled crying on his groundsheet during the harsh winter of 1916/17.
I looked down the hallway and I could see Jim lying on the groundsheet that was covering the floor.
Instead of the normal hammer and nails associated with his trade as a carpenter was a groundsheet, waterproof cape and hood, rope, string and masking tape, a pair of yellow gloves and a pair of surgical gloves.