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  1. #11
    jnunniv's Avatar
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    I am trying to be patient. I really am. If time has been slow for me the past week, it will creep by now. MY PACKAGE HAS BEEN MAILED!!!!!! WOOOOO BUDDY!

    And communication by WB has been outstanding - even amazingly quick replies to messages.
    "There's not much of a learning curve with a tent. Lay on the ground and suffer; repeat as often as necessary." - Silvrsurfr

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  2. #12
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    Try to sleep the whole week. That way you can wake up and your package will be at your feet.

  3. #13
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    IT MADE IT! I can't wait to try it out - but it will have to wait a day or two . I have promised the bride a date night. But tomorrow is open!!!!
    "There's not much of a learning curve with a tent. Lay on the ground and suffer; repeat as often as necessary." - Silvrsurfr

    http://jnunniv.wordpress.com

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    Pics or it didn't happen:

    It made it -

    I opened the box -

    I set it up -

    I have a date in the piney woods to try it out on Friday!
    "There's not much of a learning curve with a tent. Lay on the ground and suffer; repeat as often as necessary." - Silvrsurfr

    http://jnunniv.wordpress.com

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    I do have to say that this thing is a work of art! It's huge, yet packs down so small and is so light!
    "There's not much of a learning curve with a tent. Lay on the ground and suffer; repeat as often as necessary." - Silvrsurfr

    http://jnunniv.wordpress.com

  6. #16
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    Congrats on the new tarp. I just recently received my Edge and had it out this past weekend and loved it. You will love the tarp, I'm sure of it.

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