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    Lightbulb List of camping gear.

    Hi folks some time ago I think I remember someone posting his/her list of stuff they packed.I printed it and was going to look at it when the rally was closer.Well here we are and guess what-there's the list,gone!!And I can't find it again.



    Anyone remember where it was so I can reprint it?

    I did clean my wheels this am in preparation for heading to Spokane.

    Thanks!!

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    Gullpp I don't remember the list being THAT long...

    ...But I 'll get started right away!!
    Thanks!


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    Here's my list

    Tank bag:
    Riding pants
    Baclava
    Glove liners
    Ear plugs
    Alternate Faceshield
    Flashlight
    Baseball cap
    Cellphone
    Camera
    Maps/Directions
    Pen and Paper
    Sunglasses

    Saddlebags:
    Extra Pants
    Extra Sweatshirt
    Sweatpants
    Underpants (x nights)
    Tee shirts (x nights)
    Socks (x nights)
    Towel
    Washcloth
    Shampoo
    Deodorant
    Toothbrush and paste
    Glasses and contact supplies
    Sneakers
    Alternate riding boots

    Dufflebag:
    Thermorest
    Folding Cot
    Pillow
    Pillow case
    Sleeping bag
    Ground cloths (x 2)
    Tent
    Clothesline

    Wear:
    Riding Jacket
    Helmet
    Boots
    Gloves
    Glove raincovers
    Wallet/Cash

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    What's that noise...? basketcase's Avatar
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    It's on the Rally Forum

    Under a thread entitled, Travel Companions .

    You should be able to access it by clicking the link. Then, the post with the downloadable pdf file is six or seven posts down.

    Rick
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    Thanks Rick,that is the list I was thinking of.

    And thanks everyone else for your lists.

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    I believe in the list system for camping/hiking. I don't always use it, though. My friend Dom came up with 2 lists...one complete list (for car camping) and one abridged list (for hiking). The car list resembles the one Slash posted, while the hiking list contains only the necessary items for a 2 day outing. Every time I hurried through packing and disregarded the list, I would forget something. Dom would just shake his head in disgust after we got to where we were going and I would announce which item it was this time that I forgot! Use the list!!! It's fail-safe!!!
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    Talking Camping list

    A great debate camping with groups over the years has been coffee.

    The larger the group the more methods and opinions...

    So, I was pleased the see the list contain my favourite, coffee bags. Folgers makes both caf and de-caf and are good too.

    Not to mention easy.

    Just add Brandy.

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    Thumbs up One more thing

    After having kids I discovered "wipes".

    I started taking them camping, using them for toilet paper, face washes, hand washes and anything else I needed.

    An excellent addition.

    Just go to the Baby Section of your supermarket or pharmacy.

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    Re: Camping list

    Originally posted by Paul Sibek
    A great debate camping with groups over the years has been coffee.
    I prefer to get it at a diner but will settle for a Donut shop. I won't drink gas station coffee and McD's only as a last resort.

    MarkF

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    Me too

    I'm not too big of a coffee drinker but want a good cup when I do.

    Diners are great and small coffe shops/donut places.

    We have a few of each here in my town.

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