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Jeremy Puglisi

01 Feb
Which Solo Stove Should I Get for Camping?

Which Solo Stove Should I Get for Camping?

More and more tent campers and RV owners are bringing portable fire pits like the Solo Stove camping with them. But why are they bringing Solo Stove fire pits to the campground if they have fire pits set up there already? And what Solo Stove models are good for camping? Let’s take a look at this relatively new phenomenon and then briefly review each of the Solo Stove models in case you want to toss one in the back of your truck and join the party. So why are some tent campers and RV owners bringing a Solo Stove with them when they camp?... Read More
18 Nov
9 Reasons Why the Aventon Sinch Step-Through Electric Bike is Perfect For RVing

9 Reasons Why the Aventon Sinch Step-Through Electric Bike is Perfect For RVing

If you are intrigued by the idea of purchasing foldable eBikes for your RV adventures, then take a good look at the Aventon Sinch Step-Through. The brand new Sinch is an incredibly good looking eBIke that also boasts a fine-tuned fit and finish that will please the pickiest camper. It is easy to fold and store in your RV or truck, and it will perform on sand, grass, gravel, snow, and pavement. We recently tested two Aventon Sinch Step-Through models in Cape May, New Jersey for four days–and had an absolute blast doing so. The four inch... Read More
11 Oct
The Generac GB1000 is Perfect For Camping and Day Tripping: Here’s Why

The Generac GB1000 is Perfect For Camping and Day Tripping: Here’s Why

After spending ten days testing one of them, we think it is fair to say that the new Generac GB1000 is perfect portable power station for camping, day tripping, and emergency use. Our family used the GB1000 for a variety of different purposes over that 10-day time period. We hauled It to the beach so that we could make coffee in the back of our truck after a morning of surfing in cooler water.  We brought it to a full day soccer tournament to help keep all of our devices charged–and we also kept it topped off during a hurricane, but... Read More
24 Feb
Top 10 Camping Destinations for Spring Break

Top 10 Camping Destinations for Spring Break

It’s been a long winter and cold weather has been beating down on many of us north of the Sunbelt.  Even if you don’t live in a cold winter climate like we do, I’m sure you are jonesing for a relaxing spring break trip to the beach, or the lake, or the river, or wherever it is that you do your spring break camping. This week  Campspot released a list of their Top 10 trending destinations for spring break camping trips. Their list is filled with amazing locations and a few surprises. Where are you going for spring break this... Read More
22 Mar
Which Blackstone Griddle is Right For You?

Which Blackstone Griddle is Right For You?

Last spring I bought my first Blackstone Griddle. The 22″ Tabletop Griddle to be exact. I am an amateur cook trying to make up for years of letting my hard-working wife take care of all of the food prep and cooking…both at home and at the campground.  Learning to cook has been incredibly exciting, but overwhelming at the same time. I love gear and equipment that makes cooking easier for me, and from what I had read and watched online, the Blackstone Griddles could “make a mediocre cook great.” I was just hoping that it... Read More
18 Mar
A Road Trip into the History of American Camping with Ford’s “Station Wagon Living”

A Road Trip into the History of American Camping with Ford’s “Station Wagon Living”

Back in the 1950’s “Station Wagon Living” was a thing, and the Ford Motor Company, through their brilliant and innovative use of content marketing, was there to lead the way. The late 1950’s were an explosive period of growth for American camping and road trip culture.  It was a period of confidence, innovation, and exploration for the “greatest generation” of Americans that won World War II. Men and women like my grandparents, Edmund and Beatrice Nagle. They were having kids, making money, and hitting the... Read More
12 Feb
Light Up the Night (and your Campsite) with a Classic Coleman Lantern

Light Up the Night (and your Campsite) with a Classic Coleman Lantern

Every RV owner needs a classic Coleman lantern, right? For years I have bought inexpensive, battery powered, LED lanterns–and while they may light up my campsite, most of them are pretty cheap looking, and they are definitely not built to last. A few of them have only lasted for a season. So what’s a camper in need of illumination to do? This past fall my buddy Phil got me interested in Coleman’s classic lanterns. We were hanging around drinking coffee on a chilly November day at Old Mill Stream Campground in Lancaster... Read More

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