August Cairn Box: Planning a Trip Just So I Can Use This

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My second monthly outdoors subscription box arrived and I’m pretty pleased. And once I reminded myself that the point of this box isn’t to be snagging products at a bargain, but rather to learn about new options (at a discount) I’m even more pleased with Cairn.

August Cairn Box review review

I hate getting food in my monthly beauty boxes, but for some reason I’m pretty happy to see them show up in my Cairn box.

I think. The Qancha by Nazqiz ($2.50) air toasted heirloom corn light coated in avocado oil and seat salt was pretty tasty. I love heirloom tomatoes and I guess I now at least like heirloom corn.

August Cairn Box review qancha omnibar

The Omnibar Mango Curry Beef Bar ($3) intrigues me. I haven’t tried it yet and though I love the idea of those flavors, I’m skeptical as to the execution.

The Pocket Outdoor Survival Guide ($10) boasts essential techniques for short-term survival. I’m sure it’s helpful but I’ve become an e-book person for stuff like this.

August Cairn Box review survival guide

But the really cool item, which I might never use but am still excited about is the luminAID PackLite 16 ($25) a solar powered waterproof inflatable lantern.

August Cairn Box review luminaid

August Cairn Box review luminaid inflated

Few of my adventures currently could make use of this, but I’m rather inspired to go find some that can! Or maybe I’ll just look strange next time I’m touring the DC monuments at night. 🙂

If you’re interested in signing up for Cairn, I can’t resist a shameless plug, if you are interested in signing up, please tell them Keri Anderson at sent you.

They do have a loyalty program of sorts. Earn 250 points and get a free box. You get 25 points for completing your profile and 25 points per box you review. Getting a friend to sign up gives you 100 points.

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