My wife and I are planning out a little backcountry camping trip in the late summer. Something easy where we can find a beautiful lake, and hammer the hike there and back in a couple days. She was showing me this camping stove called the Biolite.
The biolite is a camp stove that doesn’t use traditional fuel. You collect up some twigs, pinecones, little sticks and branches and use that for fuel (actually I think you’re supposed to use wood, but when my wife was telling me about it, it sounded far more fantastical). The energy used to cook your food, boil your cowboy coffee and roast some marshmellows also generates electricity. Nothing like being off the grid but having a full charge on the old iphone. Candy Crush under the stars, that’s living.
If we end up picking one up before our next trip I’ll let you know how we did with it…or if we ate cold porridge.
— BioLite (@biolitestove) August 4, 2015
— Capture Outdoors (@Captureoutdoors) August 28, 2015