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Old 12-30-2015, 08:28 PM   #1
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Camping related Christmas gifts

So Santa Wife was really good to me this year. Some of the gifts I received this year were a 3 1/2 qt Crock Pot, a pair of portable folding, height adjustable tailgating tables, an awning mat, awning party lights and a really nice multi-purpose folding knife.
Anyone else get cool camping related gifts?
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Old 01-04-2016, 03:45 PM   #2
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Got a couple flashlights if they count, some rechargeable 18650's and a charger. Also a few of the Energizer LED lantern combos Home Depot had for the holiday sales.

And are they still "gifts" if I bought them??? Lol

The flashlights I bought are a Fenix PD35 TAC and a Nitecore P12 2015 model. Both have a max of 1000 lumens, with lower output as well. Liking both, somewhat leaning toward the NC though due to the side switch being easier to find by feel. I do not use the clip which would make it easier to find on the Fenix.
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Old 01-04-2016, 03:58 PM   #3
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Santa Camper left another set of LynxLevelers (I guess you can never have too many), a dashmat and leather steering wheel cover for the TV. So I suppose I was a good boy all year!?
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Santa got me a log splitter and a small electric chain saw, for prepping wood for the campfire. Guess he expects me to work or something.


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Got some small stuff like Salt and Pepper shakers that have closing lids and a board game called "Bacon".

Just enough to make me ache for spring

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