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    Senior Member JasonJones's Avatar
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    Using a Kelty 12x12 and had tons of extra room, I think a 10x12 would be fine.



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    Whenever I take my daughter out hiking I tend to set her hammock next to mine. Both easily under a Warbonnet Superfly. Works well.

    The most common arrangement I use is to find two spaced trees at one end for the hammocks with another between them to tie the tarp off to and at the other tie everything off to one tree.



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    When you decide you are going to hang two hammocks under one tarp most of the time, reach out to SmokeHouse... He does it right... do a search for the "Honeymoon Suite" tarp... Or just look here...



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    Enjoy the day
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    Thanks everyone. Lots of great ideas there.

    I have to tell you though, that Honeymoon Suite is a downright amazing piece of kit! After seeing that, everything else pales in comparison.

    It looks like my 10x12 OES tarp will do the trick with the side pullouts, but I'm guessing the 9x9 Noah Tarp wont work so well.

    Peace,
    David

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    Yeah. My wife and I used our Noah 12 for our honeymoon. We did the bunk bed style and slept head and feet alternating. Little tight quarters but not bad for the first hang together

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    Whoa! On your honeymoon???

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    Her idea too. It was on our way home from a cabin we rented in pigeon forge. Stopped off in the Smokeys for a night. My wife is pretty awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by NMardin View Post
    Her idea too. It was on our way home from a cabin we rented in pigeon forge. Stopped off in the Smokeys for a night. My wife is pretty awesome
    that's rad. she have a sister? jk.
    can't wait to try hanging two hammocks under my winter tarp.
    great thread. thanks for the ideas everyone.

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