The Bush Wing awning is remarkable. It fans outward from the Bosluis 2’s left side in a 270° arc and ends above the door at the back of the Bosluis. The awning’s arms are rigid enough to keep the canvas aloft without support, but if you’re worried that the wind might damage it, you can place struts between the arms, plant poles underneath the arms, and secure guy ropes to the ground with pegs to pull the awning taut. The struts, poles, guy ropes and pegs are supplied.
It’s a cinch to open the awning, but short people might need a stepladder to reach the arms. It is, however, more difficult to get the awning back into the bag. You have to wrap the canvas tightly around the arms or it won’t fit. The bag’s zip is often also fouled by dust from all the miles of travelling.