Klamping with Kym Douglas
Product #1 Selk’bag
This is the most innovative sleepwear system in existence today! Selk’bag offers unrivaled comfort and mobility for anyone wanting to stay warm and sleep as they do in their bed in a variety of places and conditions.
The Selk’bag does everything a traditional bag does, yet can be practically used in infinitely more places, in infinitely more situations and for many more purposes. It is the ultimate sleeping bag and the ultimate in warmth, comfort, mobility and fun!
Product #2 Chillsner by Corkcicle
This was one of Oprah’s favorite things, the corkcicle. One thing a prepared girl scout knows is to not get sick while camping and that means keeping your foods cold and safe. I love this corkcicle you freeze it and then put it in the milk carton or wine to keep everything cold and safe.
Chillsner by Corkcicle corkcicle.com.
Product #3 Biolite Wood Burning Campstove
Two things any girl scout needs is a campfire and phone charger and biolite made it into one! The BioLite Wood Burning CampStove combines the benefits of a backpacking stove and an off-grid power charger so you can cook a meal while charging your gadgets at a backcountry campsite. If you charge your phone for about 20 minutes it gives you 60 minutes of talk time.
- The BioLite CampStove is a portable wood-burning camp stove that generates electricity from the heat of the fire.
- Sticks, twigs, pinecones go in, power for your phone, headlamp, flashligh, etc comes out!
- It's a fully functioning cookstove -- you can make your meals, boil water, roast hotdogs, etc all while generating electricity using sticks and twigs around you.
- It is compact, and the orange power module comes off and nests inside the chamber, making it about the size of a Nalgene bottle. It weighs 2 pounds and you never have to carry fuel.
BioLite Wood Burning CampStove biolitestove.com.
Product #4 Pop Up Tent
A pop up tent is a must for a girl scout, it pops up in seconds and weighs less than 5 pounds! Sets up quickly so you don’t waste time trying to figure out how to set up a tent. These are great for camping trips or for a night out in the backyard with the family.
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