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    Senior Member JalapeņoBen's Avatar
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    Talking Finally some pics

    Finally got some time to put up the new WBBB 1.0 DL and take a few pics. They're in my profile- also pictured is my associate gear tester "Chewie"

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    Senior Member JalapeņoBen's Avatar
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    Oh also forgot, the new Vargo Titanium Ascent Stakes are super light and hold really well, very happy with them. Available here if anyone is interested


    http://www.zpacks.com/accessories/stakes.shtml

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    Great looking pics. Looks like you have a really nice place to lay back and wait on the mail man to bring your new gear.
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    Lookin good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastCoastFeastCoast View Post
    Oh also forgot, the new Vargo Titanium Ascent Stakes are super light and hold really well, very happy with them. Available here if anyone is interested


    http://www.zpacks.com/accessories/stakes.shtml
    I have found that those snow stakes have a weak point where the guy line wraps around the stake. If the ground is hard and requires kicking it in or pounding with a rock, it will fold over very easily. I guess that's why they are labeled "snow" stake, duh
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    Interesting, I'll be sure to bring extras when I use them until I get comfortable with their performance. Thanks for the heads up.


    And thanks fellas! My yard is ridiculously awesome... the house is ridiculously small, but it all works out. That pic only shows half of the front yard. There's a stream that goes through the other half! Nice little quiet neighborhood.

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    thanks for sharing!

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