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Coleman PowerChil Cooler. 40 Quart. I just picked up one of these and it worked perfectly keeping my food cool all week. Be sure not to leave it plugged into your vehicle while turned off.
Extend your camping experience with an adjustable SUV/Truck tent. It will give you a place to put your boots and coolers.
Telescoping Tent/Tarp Poles, adjust to 8 feet. Great for propping up your tarps overhead.
Alpine 8.5 X 8 Dome Tent. Easy setup 3 season. Do some research to be sure you get the right tent for you.
I don't plan on getting lost in the woods but if I do, water is very important. Using this filter you can drink right from the river and not have to worry about getting sick. Great to have.
Great pocket Binocular. Bushnell PowerView 10x32
If you are a fan of the DJI Phantom series drone then this is the one for you! Full 1080P HD fully stabilized 3 axis gimbal. System is ready for flight right out of the box. DJI app for iOS and android.
Coleman Bottle Top Propane Stove. 10,000 total BTU. Adjustable burner control.
Find that unknown bench on your claim with this Autel X-Star Premium 4K Drone. 3-axis stabilized gimbal control.
Ultra HD videos or take 12 MP photos. Intelligent flight control with auto functions.
We use these tarps to keep the rain off us. Also nice to keep you in the shade. The camouflage comes into play if you want to leave your setup overnight, it will help to hide it from anyone looking for trouble.
Coleman Northstar Propane Lantern with case/ 1500 lumens on high, adjustable dimmer knob.
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Assorted Bungee Cords to stretch out and help you get your tarps strung up.
Never get lost again! I use this Garmin eTrex 20x GPS to locate the corners of all my claims and mark interesting points along the way. Download any number of maps from the Garmin website.
These are great for cooking hotdogs over the fire. They store in a little bag and don't take up any space for storage
Camping is a way of life if you live in western Canada. Looking forward to every weekend to head out to the back country to do some camping and hiking with lots of trails and wildlife to see along the way. During my travels there are some items I don't leave home without. Check them out below and enhance your outdoor experience!
Polypropylene Rope to help with the tarp and many other uses.
I use this backpack to pack around my prospecting gear (see the YouTube video). This also works great for hiking the trails. Comfortable straps and waist support.
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