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    New Member sink hanger's Avatar
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    my wb mamajamba experience

    I finally got a chance to do some bad weather test in my new warbonnet mamajamba tarp. I had it set up in porch mode most the time. was able to cook under it sitting in my camp chair with my legs completely extended. never even got damp with a heavy rain coming down. was able to use the tie out points with sticks that I found in the woods. who would have thought you can find sticks in the woods? the tie out points really let me tie one side of the tarp down tight and have plenty of room under it for a good diagonal lay, and room for entry. the porch side I tied off to a couple of well placed trees that gave me a great view of the river. the rain came down hard all through the evening and night. and all through the evening and night the tarp stayed up in porch mode. I was very surprised about the amount of room under the mamajamba for cooking and moving around. the next morning I awoke very dry and very happy with my new tarp. would always recommend to another for staying dry and keeping the wind off you. it is light, great coverage even in heavy windy rain. great tarp. the out come of my entire bad weather test was completely dry the whole time. so complete success.
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    Sounds like a successful test.
    Keep movin', keep believing and enjoy the journey!

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    Charlotte, NC
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    Sure beats sitting inside a tent during bad weather

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    setup looks good! How is the ENO gear sling?

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    looks good. Just bought the Mamajamba, so glad to hear the good review.

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    New Member sink hanger's Avatar
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    deuce 656
    i actually really like it. can reach everything in your pack just by reaching down. and it gives you a place to put your shoes so they aren't on the ground with bugs crawling in. and of course it keeps everything off the ground in case water is running down hill under your tarp.

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    New Member sink hanger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wanderingwoodchuck View Post
    looks good. Just bought the Mamajamba, so glad to hear the good review.
    i fell in love with mine. i know you will too. enjoy it.

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    New Member sink hanger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TallPaul View Post
    Sure beats sitting inside a tent during bad weather
    o yeah!! it was an amazing experience. anybody say that sitting in a tent?

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    Thanks for the pictures. It looks like the MJ is working out great, another +1 for the MJ in my book

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    I finally got mine back out after using the Superfly for the past few trips. I love the simplicity of this thing, and porch mode is one of my favorite things about hanging!

    It's almost worth taking hiking poles just for a simple and clean porch mode setup!

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