How to brew a cup of hot coffee in the middle of nowhere….

Does this look cold to you? It was!!!
Does this look cold to you? It was!!!
Yes, that is cold to me. Windy too...
Yes, that is cold to me. Windy too…

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Now, to the coffee. First, get your water on to heat. It must be boiling, which at 8,000 feet or so, does so surprisingly fast. Next, measure your whole beans out, 2 tablespoons at a time and use your grinder that you plug into the power converter inside the truck. Pour hot water over your ground beans, stir and wait 4 minutes. At 38 degrees, no cars go past where you are, but you can enjoy a hot cup of joe...
Now, to the coffee. First, get your water on to heat. It must be boiling, which at 8,000 feet or so, does so surprisingly fast. Next, measure your whole beans out, 2 tablespoons at a time and use your grinder that you plug into the power converter inside the truck. Pour hot water over your ground beans, stir and wait 4 minutes. At 38 degrees, no cars go past where you are, but you can enjoy a hot cup of joe…
The mountain coffee machine...
The mountain coffee machine…

Published by normdave

We live and travel full time in our fifth wheel or cargo trailer. We work for the Lord Jesus Christ in Disaster Relief Ministry. When not doing any of the above we try to have as much fun as we can. Possible items you might find here, in no particular order, dirt bikes, quads, hiking, camping, desert living, building projects, stained glass projects, our family, Bible study, RVing stuff, nutrition comments, and just about anything else we can think of....

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