The products reviewed were bought by me, and I have no connection with the manufacturer.
Like most folks who camp, my wife and I don't want to have to change out our ice too often when camping. An efficient food cooler is an important component of camping convenience. We've found this season that the Yeti 45-quart cooler is an excellent, "tiny trailer-sized" choice for our particular camping needs, for several reasons. <more>
Most campgrounds in Iowa have electricity available for both large and tiny camping rigs. My RTTC Polar Bear camper is a "standy," so as my wife and my trailer camping experience continued, we considered the possibility of how to cook inside when the weather was extreme, such as heavy rain. We didn't want to cook inside with our Coleman camp stove, due to fumes. We considered electric hotplates, which are readily available, but then in Facebook tiny trailer groups we came across recommendations of the induction burner. Researching, we decided to buy a Duxtop 8100MC induction countertop burner, and have been pleased with its performance. <more>
irst of all, after I purchased the Green Elephant Utilitent last July (2018), the company owner sent me an email stating that if there were any issues to please contact him. I wish I had kept the letter for this review, but didn't. My wife and I have used the utilitent as an outside restroom for our tiny trailer's portable toilet last year and the early season of this year for a combined total of about a month. <more>
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