Prepping for First Outdoor Spring Show

Spring weather has finally arrived. My first outdoor craft show of the year is in less than two weeks, so I took the opportunity to waterproof the canopy. Last fall I stupidly tried a spray can of waterproofing. That was an utter waster of time, but I did return it, since it sprayed for less than a minute. Then I did some research.
Spring weather has finally arrived. My first outdoor craft show of the year is in less than two weeks, so I took the opportunity to waterproof the canopy. Last fall I stupidly tried a spray can of waterproofing. That was an utter waster of time, but I did return it, since it sprayed for less than a minute. Then I did some research.
This is what I ended up buying. One gallon cost almost $50. Worth it if it keeps me dry. Plus it was super easy to apply with the roller on a long stick and only took about 20 minutes.  And I only used about half the bottle.
This is what I ended up buying. One gallon cost almost $50. Worth it if it keeps me dry. Plus it was super easy to apply with the roller on a long stick and only took about 20 minutes. And I only used about half the bottle. Ignore the crud in the pan. It’s been around for a while.
Here's where I'm headed.  I hope the weather is as nice as it was today. You know what they say...April showers. But...I'm prepared.
Here’s where I’m headed. Crafters will be set up in the Josiah White Park by the train station in historic Jim Thorpe. I hope the weather is as nice as it was today. You know what they say…April showers. But…I’m prepared.

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