You’ve got to love this design. It’s compact, it’s sturdy, and it’s ingenious! Go to the source.
This drying rack is based on suspending two concentric, equilateral triangles to make six cross sections for hanging wet clothing or towels during a long term encampment, and there’s no reason you can’t put it up on an overnighter if there’s a practical need. All that’s been said before regarding the advantages of this kind of campsite improvement
apply to this simple camp gadget:
- It takes up less space while drying more wet things.
- It eliminates the clutter of clothing and towels haphazardly strewn around on tables, tree branches, tent platforms, or overcrowded on a disorganized array of drooping clothes lines.
- It can be set up in a location where there is the most sunshine.
- It’s especially useful when camping in an open area with few trees.
Materials (adapt these as you like)
- 3 4′ x 1″ sticks
- 3 5′ x 1″ sticks (Scout staves are ideal)
- 1 6′ x 1-1/2″ to 2″ straight pole for the upright
- 1 30″ pioneering stake
- 8 camp gadget lashing ropes (6′ to 10′)
- 3 15′ support ropes
- 3 small stakes