High Country Plastics Pannier Boxes, Horse Packing Products, Dehydrated Foods Cookbook




Modern Packing Products

Spirit Horse packing products are proudly Made in the USA in Idaho by High Country Plastics. High Country Plastics panniers are durable and functional. 

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barn_t85.jpg HCP PANNIER BOX SET
Pannier Box Set Durable adn functional. All panniers come with screw inserts to install a set of eight metal legs (sold separately) for use a a table. Table height 33 inches. - Sides curved to fit your horse. - Molded protrusions secure lids in table position. Strap attachment points riveted to metal plates within box for extra strength. Straps pass through slots in box sides and are attached to a PVC tube within for extra strength and easy adjustment. Sold as a set of two. Made in USA Weight: 40.0 lbs. Color: lid: brown; forest green, tan, orange Size: 29" L x 14" W x 18" H


barn_t86.jpg HCP PANNIER LEGS
Pannier Legs Set of eight metal legs. All panniers come with screw inserts to install metal legs for use as a table. Weight: 6 pounds


Pannier Liners Sold as a set of two. Fits in standard soft panniers. Nearly indestructible. Available in natural white only. Made in USA Weight: 16.0 lbs. Color: natural Size: 23" L x 11" W x 16" H


Bear Proof Pannier Box Set Sold as a set of two. Can be used in any bear restricted area in the United States. U.S. Forest Service approved. Lid has eight (8) - 5/16" threaded wing bolts to hold the top down. Made in USA Weight: 41.0 lbs. Color: forest green, orange, tan Size: 29" L x 14" W x 18" H


cook_b26.jpg Camp - Dehydrated Gourmet Meals Cookbook

This book is an invaluable recipe guide for preparing lightweight, gourmet dehydrated meals that are perfect for camping, horseback riding, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, biking, canoeing or even food storage at home. All recipes tested many times on actual backpackers with hearty appetites. Try these on your next trip into the wilderness and you'll be hosting your neighbors.

Chapters include: How to Dry, Breakfast, Lunch, Main Entrees, Desserts, Snacks.

The benefits of dehydration are that is requires no refrigeration, the food is made with your fresh ingredients, cooking uses small amounts of cooking fuel, and best of all, it tastes great!

"Leave No Trace" tips have been sprinkled throughout the book to remind us to do our part to preserve the environment.

Co-author Marybeth Conger is a member of Back Country Horsemen of Idaho. Co-author Reba Hendrix is a member of Back Country Horsemen of Washington.

62 pages. Glossy soft cover book. 2nd edition.

Summit Soup

Try this easy lunch recipe. It cooks in your thermos and is ready to eat by lunch time.

1/3 c. dried vegetable flakes (any combination of tomatoes, peas, onions, broccoli, zucchini, celery, carrots, etc.)
1 T. bulgur wheat 1 T. small pasta (spaghetti, angel hair, frog eye pasta)
1/4 t. dried cilantro
1/4 t. dried basil
Garlic powder
Onion powder
Salt and pepper
2 bouillon cubes (chicken, vegetable or beef)
2 c. boiling water

Dried veggie flakes should be the size of small peas, if not, whirl in a dry blender until they are the size of small peas. Measure 1/3 c. of the veggies into a pint thermos. Add the rest of the stuff and cover with the 2 c. boiling water. Quickly cover thermos and close securely.