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    Motorcycle Camping

    I LOVE camping via motorcycle. Hey, I won't judge if it's only to hotel destinations, but I'd like to get some suggestions on how to do it better

    Personally I find the purity of being a minimalist really connects me to what, and WHY, I'm out there in the first place. Where do you go? What do you take with you?


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    Nice^^^

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    Only one ? You know they do make sidecars for bikes now.

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    I take light weight gear, clothes for whatever weather to expect that also cover what you don't expect a good knife, three ways to start a fire, small first aid kit, some tools, dried fruits , dried food, good water filter, sleeping essentials, couple of good flash lights, I'm sure I left something out.

    Oh yeah, some form of good caliber protection and, I don't mean rubbers !
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post
    Where do you go? What do you take with you?


    i go here...and i take 1 of these with me.

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    What more could you need? Cept maybe a bottle of Tequila

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    And a shot for the Clap.

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    What kind of stove are you using if you're not motel 6-ing?
    I know Optomist has a good set-up

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    " What kind of stove are you using " me ? If so, I have a wood stove and one of those Primus gas stoves they both weigh less than 4 pounds together.

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    I was looking at one of those primus ones. I don't cook a lot, but coffee in the AM is mandatory!

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    At some point during the day, usually at about 3:00PM coffee is mandatory for me also but what I usually do is make it in the AM while making breakfast, put in a good thermos and it's all ready when I need the fix. My Primus is an older one but it runs on pretty much everything, including diesel.



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