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  1. #1

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    WBRR has arrived!!!

    WooooHoooo, my WB ridgerunner arrived yesterday. I ordered it on Sept. 5th and it arrived in 3 weeks and 4 days. Needless to say I was surprised. I thought it would take at least another week. I set it up on my turtledog style stand and slept in it last night. I like!! it was easy to sleep on my side which is something I could not do in my ENO DN. I'm a side sleeper in the bed so this is a great boon for this hammock hanging thing. I'm going to tweak the setup and sleep in it a few nights to dial it in. I'm hoping to take it on a hike soon.

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    Fluteman's Avatar
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    Aug 2013
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    Pink Hill, NC
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    Lucky you. Ordered mine on the 3rd and still heard nothing. Good things will come to those who wait.

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    Senior Member Tuckahoe's Avatar
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    Dec 2012
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    Williamsburg, Virginia
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    Congrats! I've enjoyed my Ridgerunner and I am sure you will too.
    "In the beginning, all America was Virginia." -William Byrd

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    Senior Member fiveonomo's Avatar
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    What Tuckahoe said!!
    "We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker.
    It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions." - Ronald Reagan

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    You'll LOVE it!

    I hope you enjoy yours a fraction as much as I enjoy mine. I've been sleeping in mine in the backyard for a week now - ever since it arrived. I can't believe how amazingly comfortable it is! Am intending to keep sleeping in it in the backyard until I have a good reason not to.

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    Congrats! The RR is the one piece of gear that I don't think I could do without.

    Cheers

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    New Member Xchaos's Avatar
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    WBRR has arrived!!!

    I ordered mine August 27th and still haven't got shipping notice. Sent Brandon an email and he said should ship this week, I hope it shows before fri. going out these next 2 winds and was really hoping to use it, but starting to lose faith of being able to use it this wknd, since I still haven't heard anything.

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    Senior Member Kasuko's Avatar
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    Still waiting on mine ordered Sept 1st still no word from Brendon
    I like metric, I use metric, for those of you who don't ... you should, for those of you who won't ... here.
    0*C - 32*F, 10*C - 50*F, 20*C - 68*F, 30*C - 86*F
    100g - 3.52oz, 500g - 17.63oz, 1kg - 2.2lbs, 16oz - 1lbs
    10cm - 3.9", 1m - 3.28ft, 1km - 0.62mi

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    Fluteman's Avatar
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    I got my WBRR and Superfly in today. Now we are expecting heavy rain for a few days. Bummer. At least the weekend will be nice and I can take my time setting it up and getting my pole mod installed and all my guylines with shock cord made properly.
    Aim for the moon, if you miss, at least you will still be among the stars.

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    Senior Member ferret's Avatar
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    Grats! Was glad to help ya take a test drive. I vote full length lynx as the next step, totally hassle free. Sorry to say I'll miss you guys at mahha this year.

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