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Due to its enduring practical appeal, the "Little Cod" has earned a place aboard many craft on many coasts. First
produced circa 1917, this compact solid fuel stove was initially designed to keep fishermen warm and well fed as they jigged for cod. This ruggedly beautiful cast iron
marine stove is the result of over 80 years of refinement. Its simplicity and reliability will be a welcome addition to any galley, cabin, or pilothouse.
Economical to run and maintain, this source of dry heat will undoubtedly be the greatest contributor to comfort. Designed for boats, but delightful in small rooms, cabins, and workshops, the “Little Cod” is ideal for spaces where the use of a conventionally sized stove is impossible.
Every RVer knows that moistoure is just bad for RVs, so I was glad when I learned that other Streamers had been buying and installing the Little Cod for their rigs. I thought, what a perfect match. Plus you can always find wood when you'er out camping, right?
You may have noticed that many of the products I have provide me the ability to be off grid, meaning no need for electric hook ups or for when I dont have LP gas to heat or cook with.
There are many posts out there on generators and various arguments on which is the best. Yamaha and Honda are among to top two that keep poping up in conversations.
Check out this informative vlog from my friends at Long Long Honeymoon.
Wanting to have the ability to boondock and be out in nature for as long as I can and not have to empty my sewer tanks, I decided to purchase a Nature's Head composting toilet to conserve water usage in my Airstream. I first learned about these wonderful toilets while researching Tiny Houses, then I began to notice that RVers were also starting to make the shift to composting toilets to extend their time out in nature. Learn more about Nature's Head composting toilets below.
I was stationed in Airazona for four years. I loved the dry air and sunny days. I noticed how much solar was being used, so while I was researching for the Tiny House, it was a no brainer that solar was being incorporated into the THOW movement and also in the RV community. After my research, I settled on a small beginner solar kit from Go Power. 120 watt pannel, charger and case to store it in while not in use. I'll be posting more as I sharpen my knowledge base on solar.
I use these small inflaitable lights daily. Every morning, I simply place them in a widow to recharge, and the light is ready for the next evening. Luci lights are compact, water proof, and comes in traditional white light or cool color lights.