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Discussion in 'Camping Toys' started by RAZR, Dec 2, 2010.
GSI Minimalist. A+
I have one, too. And I really like it.
I use the minimalist as well for about 5 years now. It's the only pot I carry.
Esbit stove, a lot of pellets, a lighter, the spork and the finger things all fit inside.
I've been using the Kmart grease pot for 6-7 years now. I think it cost around 6 bux.
Coleman also makes some little aluminum pots that come in a kit. I bought them at Wal-Mart.
Don't forget the old canteen cup either.
you can get "canteen" cups like this that will fit on the bottom of a 32oz Nalgene bottle so it takes up 0 room in your kit assuming that you already have the bottle to carry water .
or you can get the army surplus canteen and cup to do the same thing
I am a total bike noob. They say ignorance is bliss and I agree.
My ride : Piaggio Zip 2t 50cc
My skills sticking to google map roads :/
My camping trip last weekend (look at all those pretty bumps)
Where's the cruise control?
Oh it's pretty up here :)
Thanks everyone for the tip on this. I got one and it does work great. I was able to boil two cups of water in only a couple of minutes and it works great with the sleeve. The collapsing spork was a nice addition, too.
I learned a lot years ago from camping off of a bicycle. Lots of good compact gear. I am also a big fan of;
Small compression sacks for soft goods
Snow Peak compact chopsticks
One cup/bowl that my
MSR Pocketrocket or Snow Peak Litemax camps stove with a small gas bottle
MSR makes a great small spice holder
MSR Alpine folding cutting board
Most importantly Platypus PlatyPreserve Wine Preservation System
This looks like a great source for the pieces and instructions on how to make your own tent poles:
2002 Kawasaki Super Sherpa
Altrider Hemisphere Saddlebag Holster, with two 20 liter dry bags, one has clothes and heatedliner, other has full hammock camping set up, shoes, stove. Rear pockets in Altrider hold a 1 liter MSR spare gas bottle, 4 oz. Rotella oil in bottle, and water bottle. Tire repair/spare tube in front fender bag. Tools and miscellaneous in top box. Repair kit in 3" PVC storage tube.
I've manged to reduce my pack size considerably by taking an extreme minimalist approach. It's really freed up room to carry a few more luxuries
Win. You can close the thread now.
Easily the best post of the day.
Love the Harley freestanding head tent
Esbit stoves are great, tiny and it's sooooo easy to make sure you have the right amount of fuel for your trip.
OK now that's hilarious!