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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

    Welcome!

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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

    Hi, Everyone! Thanks for all your responses. Bill and I are so excited about our upcoming motocamping adventure! Has anyone been on an extended journey while towing their motorcycle trailer? We're planning to be on the road for at least a year and are wondering about equipment for cooking. How did you make coffee in the morning? Did you travel w/a camping stove? If so, which fuel did you opt to carry? What about sleeping? Air mattresses and sleeping bags or sheets and blankets? Looking forward to your feedback!
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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

    Howdy! Sounds like quite an undertaking. Just sold my Aspen Classic. Great camper.

    Here are a couple of websites for the Aspen:

    http://www.aspenqualitytrailers.com/models/classic

    http://www.trailmasterinc.com/
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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

    Welcome to the forum from Missouri. Several members on here have taken extended
    Trips. Cooking and Sleeping gear varies from person to person. Read through some
    of our past reviews to gain some background knowledge. Good luck and ride safe.

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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

    Welcome to the forum from SE Michigan!
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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

    Welcome from Western Kentucky!
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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

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    Welcome from Seattle / Yuma.

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    Re: New Members Bill & Trenna

    Welcome from Southeastern, OH. We have a toyhauler and a motorcycle camper. We use techsport backpacking hard andonized cookware because it is lighter weight, nests, durable, and nonstick. They have a few differents sets. The medium sized one works wells for the two of us. I also recommend swimming towels instead of regular ones. They dry quicker, don't get as musty, and pack smaller. We have found the kind of gear you choose is very individualized based on how long you stay in one place and how much effort you want to put into tear down and setup. I will look forward to following your motocamping adventures.

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