The EcoVessel Wine and Whiskey tumbler is a great little cup – it performs as advertised!
Since my last update, I have used the EcoVessel Port Wine and Whiskey while on three overnight backpacking trips on the AT in Maryland; for coffee on two long dayhiking trips on the Maryland AT; and of course for hot and cold beverages while at home. Temperatures ranged from 28 F at Pine Knob Shelter on the AT to the mid 50’s during one of my lunch coffee breaks on a day hike.
I was able to test out the GSI Stainless Camper in a different setting than I am used to. A trip to the South Carolina coast offered the chance to fry up a little bit of fresh caught seafood. This cook and eating set has been a blast to test and I have some final thoughts that you can check out by clicking here.
I have been able to use the GSI Glacier Stainless Camper a couple of times since my initial review. I’ve used it to prepare and eat multiple meals (breakfast and supper). Click here to read my initial update and thoughts on the cook set.
One of the great things about car camping is that you can bring everything and the kitchen sink, but the problem is that most State Parks only have a picnic table which limits space to store everything. GCI Outdoor thinks they have fixed the lack of storage space with their Master Cook Station. The Master Cook Station is a foldable table with multiple levels of flat space to store and organize everything for a car camping adventure. Click HERE to read my initial thoughts.
I like to cook outdoors and anything that makes the process easier is a plus. Blackstone Products makes cold rolled steel griddles and accessories that can be used for camping, tailgating or for cooking at home. I will be reviewing the Blackstone 28” Griddle over the next couple of months for my cooking endeavors while camping and at home. Click HERE for my initial thoughts.
The GSI Glacier Stainless Camper is an all-in-one cooking and eating system designed for use by 4 people. As GSI says, it’s the “Ultimate, Integrated Cooking + Eating Solution.” Nesting nicely inside of a literal kitchen sink, almost everything needed to cook and eat on exists within this single product. Click here to read my initial review on the GSI Glacier Camper system.