We just recorded our fourth Scamp tour video. This one is a winter Rocky mountains edition.
The little stove enabling all our winter shenanigans. Provides us warmth and a solid cooking surface.
This is the first piece of camping cookware we acquired.
Easy to clean and nestable. Cool thing about stainless is we can warm up drinks and food on the stove with these.
The thing that gives our drinks a beautiful foamy head. Here’s another one that’s micro USB rechargeable for a similar price.
FreshCap Mushroom Mixes
These are great for cognitive function and neural regeneration.
Truly unlimited data without throttling. We’re on the ATT network for $200/month.
Gifted to us by our friend Molly Balloons. The sound this thing puts out is well balanced with solid bass tones. Rechargeable via micro USB.
Crazy loud when it needs to be. Nice to have a digital read so we can see if CO levels are climbing or equalizing.
Goal Zero Batteries & Panels
If you have the extra money and are looking at the 400wh model, consider upgrading to the Yeti Lithium 400. The lithium models are higher voltage and can be drawn low without harming the battery. The 400 AGM can be damaged if pulled below 50% capacity. So the effective capacity of the Lithium 400 is double that of the AGM 400.
For more info on our solar setup, check out this post.
Efficient, tough solar panels with built in kick stand.
Great for organizing cords and electronic peripherals.
Our primary light source in the Scamp. Full color spectrum, choose whatever color you want. Controllable via phone app. Built in lithium battery for charging phones, tablets, etc.
This is how we control our other Biolite lights.
The string lights above our bed. Plug into the BaseLantern with a micro aux port. Dimmable and controllable via phone app, or on the BaseLantern itself. If you want to use these independent of other BioLite systems, you can power them with USB.
This is a fabric, foldable ambient light. Similar controls to the SiteLight Mini. This was a little big for the Scamp, so I cut the fabric off and wrapped it around the LED housing. I think wrapped a gear tie around it to make it a dimmable directional light.
The best headlamps we’ve ever owned. Adjustable pitch, spot, flood, red, strobe, dimmable on all settings. The battery sits on the back of your head, distributing weight evenly.
Full spectrum (select whatever color you want) portable light with a solar panel built into the back. Adjustable kickstand for hanging and positioning for optimal sun collection. This thing is from the future.
Packable down outdoor blanket.
The best cooler.
Awesome little backpack organizer kit.
My favorite winter buff. Merino is soft and never stinks. Little hole cut in it to breathe through. Great around the neck or face in harsh climates.
Simple, effective 2 burner stove.
Badass and packable snow shovel. We keep it in the Subaru to dig ourselves out if needed.
The best vehicle phone mount I’ve found. Comes with two ultra thin magnets to stick on the back of or inside phone cases. Great grip and works in landscape and portrait.
Plug into car to read engine codes. Once we get the code, we can google it to see possible solutions. Useful to reset engine codes as well. This way if the car throws an error, you can clear it and see if it’s a persistent error.