Mods & Reviews is a section where I write about the modifications we make to existing products, or the products my husband and I buy, test and use or discard. These can be as large as an RV or as small as a coffee press. If it’s useful, I’ll let you know.
Camping in the dark isn't fun. Sure, you have a fire, but when you're sitting around the campsite, especially if you have a canopy or awning, a string of lights not only increases visibility, it creates ambiance. Now, we're not full-time RVers with an awning; we're part-time campers with a canopy set up next
If you're in the market for a camp kitchen, you should be looking at the Grub Hub Outdoor Camping Kitchen. This amazing, patented contraption is easy to setup and is packed full of features. The price isn't for the faint of heart -- it retails on the manufacturer's website for $399. We'd been contemplating
Not that we break the rules (wink), but many campgrounds and parks do not allow alcoholic beverages. When they do, we prefer to bring along a chilled box of wine. Well, minus the box. We're so pleased that Vintners have made great strides in packaging wine in vinyl bags and wrapping them in cardboard boxes. These
We stopped at Cabela's and browsed through its camping department, looking for useful items. This Gsi Sports Javapress was very impressive, especially because it came in two sizes -- wussy (30 oz) and normal (50 oz). We liked it so much, we brought it out of the camper and use it in the house. Regular coffee