Billy D

Billy D

Pochuck Mountain and the OBX.

Billy D's Passions

Hiking & Camping

Billy D's Bio

Love to bike, kayak, hike and love to fish from my Packaraft.

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Billy D

Billy D wrote a review of on December 29, 2009

5 5

Not sure what the other revierers are griping about. I tried the Brunton Brewfire despite some bad reviews and found nothing wrong with it. I thought it worked great. Bought it for the coffee drinking dads in our scout troop and we all loved it. It works very well. Appeared to be made quite well and not poorly as previously reviewed. Brews up a pot of coffee in a short period of time without all the hassle of watching a perk pot so it doesn't boil over. My only complaint would be that the coffee could be a bit hotter. Overall a great all around coffee pot. Would recommend this coffee pot!

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Billy D wrote a review of on October 8, 2007

5 5

Awesome tent, I like it better than the Fitzroy. It is easier to set up with only 2.5 poles. It is not quite as wide but wide enough. This tent sets up easily without any difficulty. Waterproof and leak proof. I experienced no condensation on the inside with the todd X material. Having both doors to open is terrific for warm weather camping and it works great in the really cold temps as well. Bibler makes the best single wall tents bar none! I love this tent. It is the best tent I have ever owned in 40 years of camping. I have experience with many different tents during that time.

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Billy D wrote a review of on February 5, 2007

5 5

This pan is great. I have owned one for years. I just bought two for my scout troop. They work well for preparing large quantities of grub. My wife uses it at home from time to time when a large frying pan is needed. We get double duty out of this pan. The coating makes it real easy to clean and the take apart handle works well for storage and taking up space. I rarely use the handle attached.I love this pan. The scouts like it when they are patrol cooking.

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Billy D wrote a review of on June 19, 2006

5 5

This is an all around great sleeping pad. A little bigger than the Prolite 3 but more spacious, and a little more comfy as well. If a little more size is not an issue, go with the 4. It is just a bit thicker and two to three inches longer. For me, most Thermarest pads need a little more air blown into them. The new design tops the old line in terms of weight and volume by leaps and bounds.

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