What I Want Under the Tree: Globe Lights

globe-lightsWe asked some of folks at Westland what they’d like under the tree this season. Krystal is not only a proud mom, but an avid camper besides. Here’s what she had to say:

“Ever since the first time I saw these at a distributor show, I have loved the look of these lights.  They are so pretty, and the color choices are cool, but I would especially love to get the rainbow set.  I have since seen them at campgrounds, and I am struck with how cool they look in the dark.  They have a classy look, unlike some of the awning lights you can get, and they are very bright in the dark.  Please tell my family I want these…”

– Krystal

$104.97 set of 6 bulbs, $147.22 set of 10 bulbs. You can purchase these Globe Lights from our online store here.

What I Want Under the Tree: Explorer 2-Burner Stove

2-burner-camp-stoveWe asked some of folks at Westland what they’d like under the tree this season. Son of the owners Steve Rochette is not only a proud daddy, but an avid campground chef besides. Here’s what he had to say:

“I almost never cook inside my camper, so I love having outside stove options.  I have tried several kinds of camp stoves, and most of them suffer from being too small to fit two large pans at the same time, and still be able to use the windscreen.  Since I cook for anywhere between 3 to 11 people, a large cooking surface is an absolute requirement for me.

That’s why I really like the Explorer 2-Burner Store. It has 2 massive burners and hooks directly to an LP tank, so there aren’t any connectors or adapters to keep track of. And it puts out a lot of heat, so frying and boiling water are easy and quick.

I kind of hope my wife is reading this, because I would love to one of these under the tree this year.”

-Steve

$156.19. You can purchase the Explorer 2-Burner Stove from our online store here.

What I Want Under the Tree: Pie Iron Storage Bag

pie-iron-storage-bagWe asked some of folks at Westland what they’d like under the tree this season. Son of the owners Kevin Rochette is not only a proud daddy, but an avid campground chef besides. Here’s what he had to say:

“We all love to use our Pie Irons to make pizza pockets, pies, and paninis.  The main problem I have, is that after they sit in the hot coals, and done cooking, I have no good way to keep them with the rest of my gear, because they are always sooty, dirty, and greasy.

These Pie Iron Storage bags are a great place to keep those dirty, messy pie irons without getting stuff all over my stuff.  And since I have a big family, I need a lot of pie irons of a variety of sizes. This bag holds up to four at a time.

If you love making pudgie pies – but don’t like the mess – then you absolutely have to have one of these.”

Kevin

$24.84 each. You can purchase Pie Iron Storage bags from our online store here.

What I Want Under the Tree: Tipsy Stix

tipsy-sticks-2We asked some of folks at Westland what they’d like under the tree this season. Owner Irene Rochette is not only a proud grandmother, but an avid camper besides. Here’s what she had to say:

“I got one of these for my birthday in June, and I loved how stable they help my drinks. I’ve tried a variety of of drinks, bottles, cups, juice boxes, and they all stayed right where I wanted them.  And because I could move them more easily than the table on the side of my camp chair, I could share it with whoever was sitting next to me.

The fact that it has a bowl holder is great, because Dave loves his peanuts, and he has a good place to keep them, away from the ants.

Why would I want another one? Everybody wants to borrow the one I have!”

– Irene

$19.40. You can purchase Tipsy Stix from our online store here.

What I Want Under the Tree: X-Chocks

x-chockWe asked some of folks at Westland Camping what they’d like under the tree this season. Owner Dave Rochette is not only a proud grandpa, but an avid camper besides. Here’s what he had to say:

“If you’re used to the old plastic wheel chocks or bits of wood, the X-Chock looks like overkill. But with as much as I go in and out of these trailers, even on vacation, I am very aware of how much trailers can rock, even with all of the stabilizer jacks down. Even in my trailer, I was trying to find a way to make the trailer sit more stable.

We started using X-Chocks at the RV shows, and I am amazed at how much of a difference they make.  They are simple to use, and don’t take up as much room as my other wheel chocks.

If I woke up to get a set of these on Christmas, I would be very happy.  Way more practical than a tie.”

– Dave

$98.55 / pair. You can Purchase X-Chocks from our online store here.