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    You have a fun and safe trip and I can't wait to see the trip report...

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    Just a "visit the family thing" wish I could do some hiking/camping but regardless it'll b fun. Haven't been back to the muthaland in 15 years! Ill def post some pics though! Thanks again for your input on the XL. I was torn with picking but I opted for all out comfort!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoraa View Post
    I'm actually about to board a plane to Peru for a week and a half. I'm Peruvian so I get to see a bunch of family. Machu Pichu is definitely on the docket. I have my grand trunk in my pack and am hoping I can get a pic of me hanging with the ruins behind me
    Definitely want to see that. Enjoy your trip. BIAS hammock coming soon.
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    Unfortunately, they have gotten super strict at Machu Picchu so no hammock setup. I do plan to do the inca trail next year. My mother treated me to this visit so I don't have time to do the full 4 day hike. I also had plans to do a 30km Mtb ride in pachacamac but I suffered a herniated disc in march after my last endurance race. Bummer... I have some incredible pictures but I will have to wait till I get back to the states to post them up. I swear the wireless connection all over this country is barely 56k. I've been using my phone for everything since my laptop is utterly useless.

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    Oh also Brian, status on that camper? No rush just interested. I still have a few more days here. I used my moms address so it will be intercepted by my stepdad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoraa View Post
    Oh also Brian, status on that camper? No rush just interested. I still have a few more days here. I used my moms address so it will be intercepted by my stepdad.
    It's about a week out.
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    Word! Looking forward to it!

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    Love the Camper XL!

    I can agree with everything positive said about the Camper XL. I slept 2 nights in mine this past weekend, and it was amazingly comfortable. I definitely had a hard time wanting to get up the second morning, as I was so comfy.

    This hammock is extremely roomy. I'm 6'1", 265# and it has plenty of strength and room for me to stretch out and move around. I have a clear view out of the hammock, and can really get comfy and enjoy it. With the structural ridgeline, it's consistently comfy, and even works great as a swinging chair with the wide hammock body.

    Great hammock.


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    Got my camper XL today!! Cant express enough how down to earth the BIAS guys are. I knew I would love it as soon as I laid it out on the floor. set it up this evening and got to use my new cheapo tarp as it was raining like a monsoon. got a mop bucket full of ice and packed it with beer and chilled out in the rain.

    thanks again brian and shane!

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    Glad you like it! We still haven't got as caught up as we would like, but we are making headway. You're welcome and Thank you!

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