Just been preparing and testing out my latest yak-camping gear setup...
Most of the stuff (tent, sleeping-bag/mat, spare clothes, etc.) is stored in dry-bags, but I found a more
convenient way of keeping things like the cooking-gear, food, torches, batteries, first-aid kits in a
fairly organised way. I managed to find a couple of plastic storage boxes that can fit in the front hatch
of the Revo.
The larger one contains my pans, kettle, stove & trangia burners and fuel, cutlery, toiletries, lighters,
torches, first aid kit and various other bits and pieces:
I used to use this larger box for the cooking gear, food and all the other odds and ends, but this time I've
packed more pans and stuff, so I needed a separate box for the food. I found a perfectly-sized Systema
storage box into which I've packed all the nosh I'll need for a couple of days:
Not exactly haute cuisine, but when I'm out camping, top-notch grub is not high on my agenda!
This is all the camping gear and food I take:
1: Sleeping mat and pillow
3: Sleeping bag and liner
4: Spare clothes
5: Wet-weather gear
6: Cooking/Miscellaneous gear box
7: Food box
8: GSI Micro-table
The total weight of this lot is a rather hefty 24kg.
Amazingly all of this will fit in the front hatch of the Revo. I slide the sleeping-mat and tent back underneath
the gunnels to make a bit more rooms for the rest of the stuff, but it's a reasonably comfortable fit.