Category Archives: Camping stuff
Not sure about the name but here is the next evolution of our out door gear.
Let me know what you think.
we have been working our way through the Goal Zero product. So here is the next Pouch on the list the sherpa 50 kit bag you can also find the sherpa 50 at Blue Ridge Overland Gear
So this Christmas I got a new 64oz Growler and thought you know what I need, a pouch.
Its not getting banged around
You can attach it to One of Our seat panel
so here it is.
This week at the garage
Goal Zero Boulder 15 Carry Bag
the Goal Zero Boulder 15 Bag. The bag itself is padded to protect your investment. The inside of the bag is designed to carry two 15 Watt Boulder panels. There is a removable Hook and Loop divider to keep them separated or keep one panel separate from other items. This makes for a convent way to keep up with all of your gear in one neat compact package for when it’s time to head out.
- Carries 2 Boulder 15 panels
- 4” Loop across the top for additional Hoop and loop pouches, such as power/charging cords
- 3 rows of MOLLE so you can attach other Pouches such as. Light-A Life Pouches or Lighthouse Lantern pouches.
- Padded to protect your solar pannels
- Removable divider
You can find it at Blue Ridge Overland Gear
We got back to working on some new gear for our Goalzero stuff, and the lighthouse light kit bag was first on the list.
Trip Planning Bag
Some people are planners. Others are not. For those of you that are, this bag is designed to keep your trip plans organized. If you’re going to multiple parks, have multiple maps and directions and guide books, you know how easily they can get stepped on, crinkled, torn, and generally abused to the extent that you’d rather get a new one that deal with the remnants. Our Trip Planning Bag provides a convenient way to store and protect all your documents in one easy-to-carry case. It’s padded for protection and equipped with two Velcro strips; one for a label, the other to attach one of our smaller pouches for added storage space.
Kits, I am a big fan of kits and sub kits. That is one of the ways we keep everything together so we can get out faster. In this video we are looking at out fire kit. It consists of
- Charcoal enough to heat up the Dutch oven about 3 times
- Charcoal chimney the key to eating faster
- Lighter fluid
- Small stove ( a must have for morning coffee)
- 1 pot and lid
- Pot grabber
- fuel for the stove
5 of us can eat 4 hot meals and coffee from this. Normally that is 2 breakfasts and 2 dinners and something quick for lunch.