Join Date: Mar 2011
Hammock: Blackbird 1.7 DL
Tarp: OES MacCat Deluxe
Insulation: Jarbridge, Owyhee
Suspension: Orange Woopies
Using a Maccat with a Hennessey asm.
When using a MacCat and a Hennessey hammock, how much room is there to tie out the sides?
I tie out pretty far to give the widest spread and if that is not possible, use a trek pole to tie out and then down.
How is everyone doing this with a MacCat?
This must not be too much of an issue given the MacCats popularity, just wanted to know before ordering.
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Hadley, Pa.
Hammock: Wilderness Logic Night OWL
Tarp: WL Tadpole
Insulation: Pheonix 3s, te-wa
This is my set up. There is ample room for the sides to tie out and be under tarp if that is what you mean . I set up with the poles on one side in porch fashion. When I'm under or need work space I'll undo one tie out on the hammock and hook to the other tie out stake, this holds the hammock to the back and gives room under the tarp. Maybe I don't understand what issues you think you may have. I don't have any complaints on this combo.
I like refried beans. That's why I wanna try fried beans, because maybe they're just as good and we're just wasting time. You don't have to fry them again after all.
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