Over 900 individual makers hand weave each hammock from the comfort of their homes. With each hammock, Maca includes a sleeve, sack and straps for an easy setup anywhere you go.
Having traveled full-time around the world for four years, Adam and Lindsey are no strangers to being 'on the move.' They road tripped the US and Canada with their tent and Honda Accord for four months, campervanned New Zealand for five months, backpacked SouthEast Asia for six months, traveled four months in Europe, and lived full-time in their Casita Travel Trailer, Bernadette, for two years. Looking back it all started with a series of events that jumpstarted their life of adventure; the loss of a close family member, totaling their truck, then getting fired from a job. Most recently they have slowed their roll for the time being with COVID and having added their son, Weston, to the mix. Click on to read Adam and Lindsey lay out the advantages and disadvantages to 'Tiny Home Living' and all they have learned during their life on the road.
Can you guess what this is? I was freaked out at first but WOW! Delicious. Its a ginormous cow tongue!
“Tamales de masa colado” aka tamales of strained dough. Ok.. I know that this doesn’t look all that appetizing but it might just be my camera angle or the lighting. ⠀Take my word for it though, these tamales are supreme....
Virgen de Guadalupe. She is the patron saint of Mexico commonly seen... well... everywhere pretty much. Venerated and celebrated year round but also gets a day dedicated solely to her, December 12th. If you happen to be driving on the...
We are brothers with a dad from New York and a mom from Mexico. We spent our summers in the Yucatan with our mom's side of the family.
We have special memories of our time spent in Mexico. Memories of eating corn on cob smothered in mayonnaise and chili powder, brotherly fights over who got to sleep in the hammock, and our clan of aunts dragging us out to dance salsa at our cousin's quinceaneras.
We believe that too often the news tells us about the negative things happening in Mexico. We want to do our part to remind everyone about the positive. And there is a lot of it!
Maca's products bring some Mexican spice into your outdoor fun. We hope our products give you a taste of the beautiful culture we love so much. Enjoy!