Looking for a new travel grill..... something to take to a park or beach and camping.....small enough to move around and store easy but big enough to cook a nice steak or two while out.
I have been eye-balling those and the overlanding shower stalls for a while...go big or go home! I’m not sure what make folks think they are made of gold-press-latinum but P.R.I.C.E.Y.!!! I’m planning to build my own. Have welder, will try before I buy... If I had money, I’d be dangerous! Ha! I do like the stuff coming out of Australia (Darchy rtts, awnings, etc). Seems durable. I can copy-cat fab up some batwing arms and brackets, just can’t sew for crap. I contacted a tent-maker and explained what I was looking for in a custom awning skin. I’m looking to have a 180 degree bat-wing with Velcro walls to enclose it. Also a matching shower curtain for a folding shower stall I will fab up at the same time. I’m guesstimating @$300-$500 for both with under $50 in steel from the scrap yard, and will make the frames myself. If I can DIY any of my gear, I feel that much more knowledgeable if it brakes down in the field and get a certain satisfaction if it performs as well or better than retail goods. Plus if I’m spending the same money, I feel I get more for the money I spend...
Seems like a good fridge, based solely on the reviews. I opted for the biggest one, as I have to keep food for 4, sometimes 6.
You can't go wrong with your classic Coleman.Looking for a new travel grill..... something to take to a park or beach and camping.....small enough to move around and store easy but big enough to cook a nice steak or two while out.
That is awesome. Who did the build for ya?Last thing I bought is a new tiny home being built , almost have everything leveled off for it and waiting on some rocks to put down. Then I get to build a electric service entrance meter pole run wiring and trench out and do the plumbing.
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My fiancée picked up a Noco for me. I haven't tried it yet (thankfully).The last thing I have bought overland related is a Noco battery-jumpstart-box-thing from the Amazon prime day sale. Monday I am dropping off my vehicle at a fabrication shop to have a winch bumper and a set of rock sliders made, so that will be my next purchase.
I use an old Coleman grill for camping, but for trips to the beach I think something like this butane grill would be nice. I have a friend who lives in NYC who uses this (either on his fire escape or at a park).Looking for a new travel grill..... something to take to a park or beach and camping.....small enough to move around and store easy but big enough to cook a nice steak or two while out.