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Leo
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Thank You!

Post by Leo » Fri Oct 26, 2018 9:22 pm

This is way overdue, but I wanted to thank everyone on this forum for their opinions, insights, and snark. While I have attended previous burns with a pop-up trailer, 2018 was the first burn I attended with a tent. I was originally seduced by the low price of the big-box store nylon pop-up dome tents. (I won't say the brand name but it rhymes with Coleman) Based on the feedback from this forum, I ended up with a Kodiak 10'x 10' bow-flex tent. This tent is one of the best Burning Man expenditures that I have made. One of my camp mates suffered a structural failure this year during one of the windstorms (fiberglass pole snapped). The Kodiak came through like a champ, a little dusty but no worse for wear.
Will see you on the playa in 2019.
Best Regards,
Leo

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Re: Thank You!

Post by Elderberry » Sat Oct 27, 2018 8:30 am

Your certainly welcome! Glad we could help.
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