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Discussion in 'General Camping Discussion Forum' started by Daisy on my toe, Sep 9, 2017.
Yes Daisy, as Sneezer says here, its a counter top unit. Same thing, ice in 15 mins. I love it!
Our cast iron Dutch oven
Camp Chef oven, Luci LED lanterns and the small LED rope lights that we DIY
That is cool, I had never heard of that before. Does having it mean that you don't have to buy bags of ice for your cooler(s) during your camping trips?
I got a pair of these heat resistant gloves and absolutely love them. Use them to move the grates over fire for cooking and putting logs on the fire, etc.
Camp chef oven was my second choice.
hard choice between tripod for cooking over the fire or the dutch oven
My 1965 Coleman 3 burner stove. My dad made the best breakfast I ever had on that stove when camping at the chain o lakes sp in Indiana about a million years ago, or was that just yesterday?
On board washroom.... No more late night escorts....lol
I no longer take ice coolers. I have a small dorm sized hybrid fridge. Works of 12v and 110v. It sits on the opposite counter in my floorplan. I have an igloo thermoelectric cooler that lives outside that holds drinks. Between these two and the camper fridge I have adequate cold storage for my needs. During travel the other two sit in the TV and get hooked up to the 12v to help maintain their cold.
Eventually I want to get a 12v compressor fridge but they are pricey and I don't quite camp enough to justify the cost. I got these two on Craigslist and garage sales for cheap which makes my budget happy.
You got me thinking...and wondering if my husband would have a somewhat different list.
I like microfiber towels (my sister was a Norwex rep for awhile). My husband likes the REI type camping towels. I didn't like that chamois cloth, suede feeling of the camping towels. The microfiber don't dry quite as fast, but I like them better. I like the LLBean version better than the Norwex.
We both like the outside stove and aluminum tables. My husband loves his GMG pellet grill/smoker.
We bought a 4 cup coffee maker that has a permanent home in the camper.
My husband loves the andersen leveler. I'm not sure that qualifies as camping gear, but I know it's a favorite item.
Patio mats, zero gravity chairs ...yes and yes. : )
This was our second summer with the pup and this year we bought and used an ice maker, a toaster, a vacuum, just a small one from Walmart and a foam topper for our bed.
Lots of the stuff we bought when we got it we never used.
I have this paper towel, lantern, utensil, spice rack, trash bag holder thingy that clamps to the picnic table that some friends gave us like 10yrs ago and is used every time i go camping. I think they got it at wallys and its the coolest little thing
The memory foam mattress pad on my bed and my campfire rocking chair
I was just there last month.
Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, oatmeal, grits, soup maker!
Is it called a Kamp Kadi? I have one from our Cub Scout days. I haven't used it in over 15 years. Maybe I should bring it on the next trip.
THATS THE ONE!! I know its nothing special but its used everytime! Its just really handy
My wife I went out without her and I felt lost!
Great, you start mentioning the Kamp Kadi, and I look it up. It's awesome and I want one. Oh wait, it's unavailable on Amazon. I guess I'll have to watch Craigslist or eBay for one.
I guess I'll contribute my favorites.
Coleman Roadtrip LXE Grill - this thing worked like a champ over Labor Day, and I have fallen in love with it
Pie Irons - reminds me of when I was a kid in our Class C driving across the northern US & Canada and would stop every night and have hot ham & cheese or pies with the pie irons. Introducing my kids to them has been a joy
Zero Gravity Chairs - Great to relax in any time of day. They certainly encourage nap time
Dining Caddy - holds plates, napkins, silverware and is very portable. Great, simple addition to our kitchen tub that my aunt picked up for us one year at Christmas. I thought it was a cool picnic set, and my wife was confused as to when we would ever use it. Now she loves this thing and says that my aunt had some good foresight. I just think my wife finally got on board with how cool it is