My dad built something like this when I was very young, because we went camping a lot. He used plywood, and hinges from the hardware store, and it didn’t run anything like $5,000. I mean, seriously – this is a great idea, but $5k?
My first thought was, I wish we’d had something like this when I was a Boy Scout.
My second thought was, oh yeah, we did. After a couple of camping trips there was a big burn down one side, half the stuff was missing, the other half was bent or broken, and there was a bottle of syrup full of dead ants stuck to the bottom of it.
For that kind of money - they can deliver the meals. By helicopter!
I dont see marshmallow sticks?? Do Germans not smore? And if not, what is the point of camping lol!?
… Found an expat blogger that said she couldnt find graham crackers in her smallish german town. The horror!
I believe the word you’re looking for is “chuckbox”.
I’ll take the one my dad made over this any day.
Where’s the rugged individualism in helicopter delivery?
I have my prawns arrive by mule-train, and my caviar delivered by a midget riding on the back of a bear, the same as my father, and his father before him. Not his father, though - he just bludgeoned a peasant until somebody intuited his desires. Wasn’t much for speaking, my great grand-pappy.
Anyway, you nouveau riche are soooo tiresome.
Winston, we’re done with the dictation, now. Let us see what feline or pratfall-based divertissements we can find on the YouTube.
Winston! Hit “reply”!
Did I hear that right?
Not really. Well, I am sure someone does because that’s something they do in camping episodes of imported sitcoms, but no, it is not an established thing.
Digestive biscuits might work in a pinch, if one can find them there. Sometimes I used to get the kind that was already coated with chocolate on one side - just add marshmallow, and maybe a little more chocolate. .
Very nicely designed, but way overpriced.
You want to see some nice ones, go to an SCA event.
… because it’s not camping when you don’t drag half your household along in your car?
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