[Applause] [Applause] [Applause] it is hot today Brian Colorado backcountry adventures is here you brought us some iced lemonade to drink this man takes so much power we need to find a good USB fit our last time that worked great for a minute proved out on us how did it coop out just I don't know when I pulled like one watt this one pulls 22 I think and it puts out the same amount of airflow so now since we have to use this one via AC the inverter by itself pulls like six watts or eight Watts five there but I don't know how much of that inverted energy is translated into power usage or if that five Watts is just wasted we connect the panel chords in through the old drain outlet this is where the sink used to flow out now it's for the record our friend Chelsea from Kansas City is making these essential oil candles and something that we realized the other day is that if we turn off all the lights at night the bugs are attracted to this single light and they'll fly into the flame and Nick themselves here's a nice thing about the new MacBooks since they're USBC you can plug them straight into the USB port so that you don't have to waste energy inverting it two months ago we were in the same spot and water was so high raging and cold Baron is almost pissed that it's no longer as cold as it was and I'm like Frick dude it's cold still oh my god this is crazy it was so high before that we were taking our cold dips like full plunging right here the water was up to here that's amazing this is the Arkansas River in Colorado that was breathing I don't know if it's talking about its cold plunge time well ish cold ish plunge after doing this in Alpine streams now this is basically a hot tub up so I don't know if it's doing what gull plunges normally do but it feels up we are working on a podcast together about all things about lawyers and backcountry Nomad life off-grid living all that kind of stuff and Bryan's set up a bunch of really good interviews with people from all around mostly Colorado that are just badasses so we'll be interviewing them and then doing a lot of podcasts just talking about things that we've learned in the different aspects of nomad life on iTunes or on the podcast app that'll be Colorado backcountry conversations because like if you think of a successful person who is that you know you think of like generally people who have done really well in business but then oftentimes those people are completely miserable and have like a failing personal life so that was me and in a nutshell Baron and Brian just left they are gonna go make their podcast live that's gonna be so good really excited for them I don't want to give anything away so you'll just have to go and check it out the links are gonna be down below I've been doing a lot more cooking outside because it's hot it's summer it's beautiful in Colorado so I thought today would be a good day if it doesn't rain to show you my outdoor kitchen setup this is our indoor kitchenette I've made a video on this before I'm sure a lot of things have changed but generally it's pretty the same this used to be a stove this used to be a functional sink we gutted it all and do everything outside for the most part here it is our beautiful outdoor kitchen I'm sure you've already noticed we got a new coleman propane stove we were in the middle of a two month long fire ban in colorado and we couldn't use the bio like camp stove so we had to get this otherwise we couldn't cook food while the bio light is awesome you never run out of fuel and it tastes amazing to cook your food on fire this thing is so efficient and effective and I love it we have three containers to hold all of our kitchen gear we are not worried about people stealing them because it's not very valuable stuff in here but let me show you what's inside the first large bin we keep all of our large dishes and cooking pots and pan I've got this collapsible bucket that I fill up with water and stove and use it to clean dishes got it on Amazon works really well we have a large plastic bowl this is what we use to mix our salads in this is an aluminum camp stove that I got at Goodwill the lid is a nonstick pan has a tiny bowl with a lid on the inside and then a larger bowl I want to say these are some sort of aluminum which makes it really easy to clean off the fire scale with some steel wool they have a few different pots here that I stuck together on the inside is a stanley pan with a lid this is the first camping cookware that I ever bought then this big guy is a cuisine art steamer pot that I used to steamer vegetables also very nice to have a big pot when cooking for more than two people we like to live as waste-free as possible so we have these reusable glass everywhere containers I have a camping plate that somebody left here I don't really know what to do with it and this brand new cast-iron skillet from my cousin Allie she got it for me as a gift to go with my new stove unfortunately the violight is too lightweight and compact to use a cast iron skillet so I've never been able to have one before then I have some utensils this is a vegetable peeler somebody left it here I've got a wooden spoon somebody also left this here spatula and some Tuan's when we leave during the day I like to put this stove right underneath here just in case rain so that it's out of the way and it makes everything look a little bit cleaner in the second bin we have all of our readily used and accessed camping gear this is one of our hammocks we have the water filters that we attached to our six gallon water jugs the Aeropress for making coffee rock rings that Baron will attach to a tree branch to do pull ups some fire-starting supplies that we got from brian actually for our bio light a collapsible water bladder the slackline Barrens exercise elastic thingy and a bin full of gear ties and extra work oh also our second hammock this stuff comes in handy all the time for all kinds of different things we have elastic thin paracord we've got thick rope medium size we have bungee cords oh and some lights from my sister and in door number three we've got a frisbee our tarp which comes in handy for again all kinds of different things we have a spare piece of wood for the bio light extra mile mylar that what this is reflectix we have the trustee bio light we have an extra tarp that we found that we would like to I don't know if you could find a use for it I hate to just throw it away so we'll beep it carrying it around we have the hummingbird feeder we have wood for the bio light and also some citronella tea candles that somebody left here yeah a lot of people out in July 30 people total 22 people at one time and then we've got this garden kneepad this thing it makes a good seat makes it so good knee pad makes a good flame blower on a campfire very multi-purpose and that is our outdoor kitchen I think that might end today's vlog I'm getting ready to go over to the farm house to have dinner for the farm owners birthday it is raining right now it has cooled down so much and like it fell it's gonna be a beautiful evening anyway I will catch you guys in the next video bye [Applause]

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32 thoughts on “My OUTDOOR Kitchen // 13ft Scamp Trailer

  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    If you’re ever near Charlotte NC shoot a message. Y’all rock!

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    hey…that bike is my fav color…sea foam minty green….can I bug ya for the manufacturer? love your videos and all the serene landscape/scenery

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    dirty woman dirt under your nails

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    have u posted any new videos love them wish i could be u guys

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Love on Replay ❤️

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    “ElsaRhae’s Kitchen” — neat and low-impact and practical

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    What is a byolight ?

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Dang I wish I was you guys

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Take a look inside Dollar Tree Store you will be surprised

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Just to be aware some veggies don't do well in aluminum pots and pans. But your steel steamer is a wonderful way to cook. I have a propane camp stove with oven and I like it. Make quick breads, biscuits and heats up other foods.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Glad I subscribed . You guys are awesome !

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    👍 You kids crack me up😂……modern hippies! We did all this 50 years ago but…..no SOLAR 😩! Y'all be careful. Tell them you LOVE Spanky Trump…….stay safe…….. Make Amurka Greedier Again, lol……..Watch out for the haters, lol! Peace

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Beautiful!!!👠🚌👠

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    I almost do the same with my Ramen except I add 1 tsp of natural peanut butter, sambal with leftover chicken and soft boiled egg. Delish!

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    The cacophony of thoughts produced by your ramblings—in this video—fuels my envy. In so much as they remind me of my own youth.

    I spent two years of my youth roaming the USA as a traveling door to
    door salesman.

    Having now graduated to an old man I now feel entitled to speak without trepidation of reprisals.

    My first clue to the lack of understanding of you, and Barron, arrived
    when the two of you failed to agree on whether or not the river was
    actually cold. Or not. Notwithstanding how to go about lowering
    one's body temperature via cold water.

    In fact, this video is rife conflict. Yet be comforted. It was, William Faulkner that wrote: “The only thing worth writing about is the human heart in conflict with itself”. Or in this case, “vloging”.

    The plead for financial gain in the 'description' of your video should be cause for you to re-examine the purpose of your 'journey', and how it should be funded.

    Please don't misunderstand. I wish you a long and fruitful journey. My great hope is that both you and, Barron will garner the sagacity you so diligently seek. Just know that the journey will never end.

    Good luck to both of you.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    That camping plate that someone left behind didn't have much value. It was tossed with such apathy. That was quite funny. Had to replay that a few times. That's how I feel about some folk metaphorically speaking.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    I like those cosmic pants!

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    What's the brand of your Power Panel's and Gages you use? Many thanks in advance

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    I love your bottoms they so nice 👍

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Love yalls life style

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    do yourself a favor..go to the store and buy lots of wooden spoons..i like them because they are wider and have longer handles to keep your hands further away from steam give off from foods you are cooking..trust me, and they are cheap too.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    I would refrain from cooking in Aluminum, any heat and acidic foods draw ugly chemicals out of the material, also those chemicals have been known or is said to accumulate in the brain causing memory problems and possibly linked to dementia in later stages of life. Cast iron is the only way to go in my opinion, naturally ( if properly seasoned) anti- stick and requires nothing more than a paper towel to clean.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Kind regards, Eric Dee.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Cool vids and editing! I like how the tea is a spiritual drink. Colorado is the best place, I wish I was back there.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Elsa how is it living in Scamp?

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    I have been looking at the stainless steel Kelly kettle. I wonder how that would work in your situation. You can get a hobo stove attachment as well.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    all very cool. best way to clean the cast iron….sand… clean it out by hand big stuff. then rub sand in it. it keeps its yummy.

    anywho, I shared you guys with my girlfriend. we used to Bush craft alot and she moved for a job that she hates. we are in iowa. but an awesome place to go check out is Wisconsin. just north of Madison the is a trail and you park and disappear for a month or two. make sure to check in and get license to hunt and fish… but you can really just have so o much real life. not this hustle and bustle of trying to get a job downtown. I think you guys would really enjoy it.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    I head your dog has skin allergies, so does mine , she came off the streets of Tijuana Mexico. We took her to our vet she recommended we give her omegas supplement. She does not scratch anymore & her coat is shiny and not dry. She is a happy girl, of course no corn, wheat junk food for her. She loves to rv as much as we do.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    I have a friend who lives with his wife and cat in a A liner which they find better. They use a solar panel and use a small AC.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Being in a traveling band, in the 80’s, was like living off grid. Try putting a raw egg in the ramen whilst it’s cooking. It makes it like egg drop soup kinda. I like y’all’s creativity with cooking, although I’d need a portable outhouse. New subscriber, I dig the channel.

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  • June 3, 2019 at 3:27 am
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    Have you tried making a campfire really hot with coals and cooking on that with the cast iron?😉😉

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