My sisters have been talking about going camping lately, and because I live far away from them, I won’t be able to join them (although I do hope to go camping with them someday). They’ve all been ribbing each other about their concepts of camping: one of my sisters refuses to stay someplace without modern amenities, another expected to stay in a cabin, and another wanted to stay in a proper tent.
I’m not sure what they’ve decided to do, but I’ve been pretending that I’m actually part of the planning process. While checking out camping equipment, I found the BioLite CampStove. The stove promises eco-friendliness because you won’t need any fuel other than the twigs you collected while you’re out hiking, and it won’t need petroleum, either. It works efficiently as well, ensuring that the heat of the fire is concentrated and that none of it is wasted. Gadget-happy people will be pleased to know that the stove can also charge phones because it converts heat from the fire into usable electricity. Additionally, the stove is also great in case of emergencies and power outages. The BioLite Campstove is available for $129.