Camping Bob does his best to explain how a liquid fuel camping stove works – but could this be a demonstration FAIL instead?
While he does have his facts and procedure straight … there seems to be a big gap between explanation and implementation.
Editor’s note: Clarification comments follow below video.
Camp Tip: Organize with collapsible camp coolers.
Collapsible camp coolers are a great way to organize your camp food. All your camp coolers don’t have to be those heavy rigid ones! Of course you will need at least one of those for your ice and drinks, and long-term cold storage, but if you use the smart camping tip about freezing most of the food for your camp meals, these collapsible coolers are great.
Their soft-side design make them easier to cram into that last available spot between the other camping gear, and best of all they collapse when empty, (much easier to pack out of camp). Collapsible Camp Coolers
Another Space Saver – Collapsible Water Container
Another space saver that does a necessary camp chore – a collapsible camp water jug. Gallon jugs of water can get expensive and take up a lot of space. A collapsible water jug will keep a ready supply of water and collapse down to a minimal size for packing. Camp Water Carrier
Where to Buy The Camping Gear You Need:
Often your local camping and outdoor supply store isn’t the place to get the best prices on the camping cooking equipment you need, unless you can catch a hot sale. Quality camping cookware and equipment can be pricey, – so go prepared, check online prices first so you have something to compare to.
Amazon.com is a good place to check first.
Their prices are usually better than anywhere else and they are regarded as the most trusted marketplace online.
Almost every item qualifies for Free shipping for purchases over $25, and their free 3 – 5 day standard shipping is almost always faster than that. Plus, their return policy is better and easier than Walmart’s.
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Even if you are not interested in buying now, they will give you an idea of the choices you have and the prices you can expect.
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