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Old 07-04-2013, 10:23 AM   #3766
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I like your evolution of packing. It reminds me of years of learning to pack bikes and all the different ways of doing it.
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Old 07-04-2013, 08:09 PM   #3767
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I like your evolution of packing. It reminds me of years of learning to pack bikes and all the different ways of doing it.
The underlying message is just get out there with whatever you have and enjoy yourself.
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Old 07-04-2013, 08:11 PM   #3768
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I travel light, I guess.

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Old 07-04-2013, 10:19 PM   #3769
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Overloaded DR650 ready for 5 days camping at HUBB Rally in North
Carolina last August. Road and handled well. Tent in yellow bag across seat. Sleeping bag in red bag on top of box. Side bags cooking store, cookware and clothes. Tank panniers for snacks and water during ride. Extremely comfortable ride.

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Old 07-05-2013, 03:08 PM   #3770
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I travel light, I guess.

that depends on how much those panniers weigh!!!!!
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Old 07-05-2013, 08:55 PM   #3771
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KLR and DR on the COBDR

KLR is mine DR is my buddies.



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Old 07-05-2013, 08:59 PM   #3772
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Here is all loaded up on the BRP.



Here is some Giant Loop product testing.




Can do mid ride trail maintenance with luggage in place with some Polish encouragement




Desert camp life

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Old 07-06-2013, 06:12 PM   #3773
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Great picture of the little loop just south of Ejido Erendira and all the new farming fields. Been there a ton of times and wish I was there right now, going south for sure.

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Old 07-06-2013, 06:25 PM   #3774
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How I roll.

All loaded.

Helmet in bag on top.

Tent and sleeping bag on seat.

Pad, food, flashlights, first-aid kit, water, tools, shovel, hatchet, saw, warm clothes, extra gloves, rain gear, etc., in panniers.

Cold refreshments, - on ice - in tail bag.

Cell phone, camera, cigs, lighters, extra riding glasses, micro fiber cleaning cloth, lest I forget - even a Tesla Purple Plate - within the clear window of the map reader, etc. - in tank bag.



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Setting up for the night.
Smelly socks hanging from windscreen.

Ahhhh. Out in the middle of nowhere.

Just where I like it.


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This is the life! Gotta go and do it some more! See ya!

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Old 07-06-2013, 06:32 PM   #3775
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A gallon of water, food for a few days ( Bumblebee chicken salads), a sleeping bag, ibuprofen, glock, tourniquet, 3 pairs of socks & oem tool roll under seat. Everything else in the tank bag and backpack strapped down.

No luggage = pack REALLY light.

I learned humping my ass around Afghanland that the less i have, the better. Also, the only thing I need to survive is Water, and fresh socks! :P


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Old 07-07-2013, 06:03 AM   #3776
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DomEod- There's something extra nice about traveling light. The words "Live Simply" was on our Rangers trucker hat.

We just came back from Philmont and I did the ultra light thing this time. It worked like a champ.

Ultra light packing met all of our crews needs for 10 days on the trail. My base weight was 13 lbs which included socks, water capacity, tent, sleep pad/bag, drawers, rain gear, toiletries camp shoes and a small personal first aid kit. The only thing I'll add to the moto version of travel is a tool kit, pump, spoons, and a tube-likely another 10 lbs of stuff.

Thanks for your service

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Old 07-07-2013, 10:37 AM   #3777
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this is my whole set-up. inside the bag is:
shelter
sleeping bag
military poncho
hammock
cooking set-up
food
nalgene for water
hydroflask for cold tea
water purifier
sundries (wet wipes,TP ect.)
lantern
flashlight
toolkit
tire repair and pump
knife
9mm
a survival bag with everything from fire starting to first aid ect.ect.
hat for sun
long sleeve shirt
spare undies and socks
and a few odds n ends

outside the bag is:
crocks and fly rod, duh

this is basically my bug out bag. i like to camp with it and it gets slightly modified once in a while as i figure how to do stuff better. this way i KNOW i can rely on it if i need to.
Do you have a packing list? curious what shelter and sleeping bag you are using.
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Old 07-07-2013, 12:10 PM   #3778
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Here's mine, got so many great ideas from this thread...



This was my first camping trip, and except for a couple things it all worked out really well. I have a Thermarest Basecamp Sleeping pad rolled up with a Big Agnes Summit Park Sleeping Bag in the dark blue sack. A REI Half Dome 2 tent, ground pad and Kelty Noah's Tarp in the orange sack. My chair is in the black sack, and everything else is in the Light Blue sack, clothes, cooking, food, etc.
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Old 07-07-2013, 01:05 PM   #3779
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mine

This was a quick overnighter - I had some new gear I wanted to try out.

Prior to packing -


There is a bridge hammock/tarp and a 1 person tent in there. Missing from the pic are some bike tools and a tire tube that were in the garage.

Loaded up -


Bought that REI chair on the way and strapped it to the top. It fit in the bag on the way home.

Camp set up -
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Old 07-07-2013, 07:26 PM   #3780
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All loaded.

Helmet in bag on top.



Wouldn't it be better to reduce the load on back by putting helmet on head instead of in a bag on top?
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