Big Dan wrote:ever have people stop by for coffee? is this one too big?http://www.bobsoutdoorstore.com/store-products-65036-GSI-36-Cup-Glacier-Stainless-Steel-Conical-Coffee-Percolator_35558970.html
Big Dan wrote:I like to be the first one up in the morning,get the fire going make coffee and start the bacon. There are few smells better than coffee and bacon floating through the campground in the morning.
Big Dan wrote:I was asking about the size not the price. I wouldn't pay that much for a coffee pot either.
I was thinking about that and a trip to starbucks with $105 in your pocket would only net you about 20 to 25 coffees + gas and time. I want something I don't have to plug in.caseydog wrote:I can drive everyone to Starbucks for less than 105 bucks.
Dusty82 wrote:I thought this was a cool set up.
I first saw one in August at the Nevada State Fair when we helped judge the Dutch Over competition. One of the teams offered coffee with their dessert entry, and used a pot similar to this.
As to the $100 price tag, sometimes the "cool factor" is worth it.
Big Dan wrote:I was thinking about that and a trip to starbucks with $105 in your pocket would only net you about 20 to 25 coffees + gas and time. I want something I don't have to plug in.
eamarquardt wrote:Tea. Teabag, hot water, done!
Different strokes for different folks, ha!
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