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Motorcycle Camping

PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 2:35 pm
by vvmt
It seems when we camp, it doesn't matter how big our vehicle is its always overloaded and packing seems somewhat stressful as I'm usually the one doing it all. I'll just blame it on my wife, she likes being comfortable. ;-)

We've camped at so many locations in Southern Nevada and Utah that I'm about out of ideas. So, we just start making our rounds again looking for new highways. This year, excited and getting ready found an excellent website for building a list of camp items. When I don't have a list, I seem to be constantly did I get this or do I have that and about 10 years ago built a camping list that is down-loadable to excel or OOo calc format. If you had a palm pilot or any of the new phones can just download and unpack the list to a smart-phone.

I guess the list is ok as it's been downloaded about 1,000 times: Camp List

Finally, one of our fellow riders put an application together in a couple of different formats being that of short and/or long list that is customizable on the spot and save the list as an .html page to your hard drive. Here

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by angelanavejas
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Re: Motorcycle Camping

PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2016 3:05 am
by angelanavejas
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