I rarely take the time to make a campfire. I usually get food/fuel just before the sun sets, then boogie out to a stealth campsite and set up my hammock. Read for a couple hours in the hammock, then sleep. As opposed to tent camping, I find that it's much more relaxing to hang out in the hammock vs. sitting by a campfire; but to each their own. Also, in the southeast, campfires are more smoke than fire, even if you can find some good wood. In the morning, I make coffee first, then tear down camp while I drink my coffee. Skip breakfast or eat a power bar, grab lunch when it's time for gas, then keep riding until dinner. However, traveling this way, I am downright offensive after about the third day. If I am lucky enough to find a campsite near water, I will bathe and clean clothes. I carry about 50 feet of cordage for a bear bag, and I use a drybag as a bear bag if needed. The cordage is also used to hang my clothes at night. If I am expecting rain, I carry a 10 foot sil-nylon tarp in addition to my hammock tarp and I hang all my riding clothes, boots, and helmet, under the sil-nylon tarp at night. My moto trips are only slightly more comfortable than my backpacking trips...primarily because I can eat town food rather than dehydrated meals all the time. Regardless, I still lose weight on my moto trips.