I really hate hiking. Like really, really, really hate hiking. I do…
For the longest time, my camp kitchen kit didn’t have a cutting board. Instead, I had a terrible knife from a thrift store. I used the lid of a tote to chop all of our things. When Gerber introduced their Freescape Camp Kitchen Kit, it was the (more sanitary) upgrade that I needed.
Fall is here, which means it’s car camping season! It’s the season of more. More layers, more things in the car, and most importantly, more comfort. A pair of cozy camp shoes for crisp mornings and evenings is a must. I’ve been rocking the Teva Ember Moc shoes (slippers?) for the last two and a half years. Here’s how they’ve fared.
For the longest time, I never had my own real camp stove. I’d cook things over my little Snow Peak Litemax, praying that the wind wouldn’t blow the stove over. When Primus introduced the Tupike stove at Outdoor Retailer several years ago, I wanted one. Stoves could be aesthetic, and functional? I couldn’t believe it. After lugging the Primus Tupike Stove around for the last few years, here’s how it’s been faring.