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    It depends on when in his cycle you order. If you hit it right you will get it in around 2 weeks. Order like me at the wrong time and it takes four weeks.....
    Where ever you go,
    There you are.

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    I've been dying to get my new gear!!! Ordered my WBBB and BMJ on 3/27...it will be here on 4/20, Friday. I can't wait!!

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    Man it sounds like such a long time when you say it like that!! Haha, I can't even drive or walk past trees without deciding whether they are too far apart or not!!

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    Markr6, how did u decide on the bmj? I've been mulling over the big daddy or tadpole from wilderness logic. The big daddy resembles the bmj, I think, but is somewhat cheaper and ships free. Anything I'm overlooking? I had decided on the bmj until I stumbled across the other, man, you can learn a lot around here!

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    Postal, nice ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnmoore8301 View Post
    Postal, nice ride!
    Ty sir. Wife said to me after one month of marriage, "lets get you a bike". I couldn't say no. Now she said lets get you a hammock and ordered me a wbbb. Yes I am a very blessed man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnmoore8301 View Post
    Markr6, how did u decide on the bmj? I've been mulling over the big daddy or tadpole from wilderness logic. The big daddy resembles the bmj, I think, but is somewhat cheaper and ships free. Anything I'm overlooking? I had decided on the bmj until I stumbled across the other, man, you can learn a lot around here!
    I can't speak for the big daddy or tadpole, but I decided on the BMJ after having a Superfly and just not liking the doors. For me, it just seemed like too much material flapping around in the breeze when the weather didn't call for them. I tied them back with shockcord and it was a really nice setup, but I still felt like it was overkill...for most of the weather I see. I even considered the Edge, but I like the idea of being able to easily get the BMJ down close to the ground if necessary. I can always add the doors later if I start winter hammocking, as it's very important to minimize that cold wind.

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    Yeah I can see that. I really doubt I'll be out on purpose in a monsoon! I'm pretty sure the doors would be overkill for me also. Let me know when u get ur gear and how u like it! Take some pics if u can!

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    Postal, you are indeed a lucky man to have a wife who insists on you having a bike and a hammock! I have to bargain for a ham sandwich!!

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    It took me two weeks from order date to shipping notification for me (its in the mail now! wooo). wbbb 1.1 single enroute! I check my tracking number every hour like somehow it is going to get to Colorado to Maine in that time. HAHAHA!

    I have the Big Daddy and love that tarp, bought it from a forum member. Although it is my first nice tarp so I can't compare...it is certainly an excellent piece of craftsmanship. Mine weighs in at 10.6 in stuff sack at 10' X 10' coverage. Pretty excellent.
    "In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy." -D'Signore's, Tide Mill Farm, Edmunds, Maine.

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