6 years ago
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
The return of warm weather has stirred up a hankerin' to plunge into the wild on a camping trip. Or at least a backyard barbecue. The following gadget would work well on either occasion, though it's really made for the former.
Kelly Kettles are cleverly constructed devices for quickly boiling water with available fuel (twigs, leaves, etc.). It's a double-walled cylindrical kettle, built around its own fire stand and chimney. Boils water for outdoor tea (or soup) quickly and conveniently, so even in the deepest, remotest terrain you can still have your morning and/or afternoon cuppa.
Here's a video showing it in action ...