Items 1-28 of 67
Items 1-28 of 67
When you leave with the "back home", you have to carry a strictly unclear with you, primarily because of the small space that the backpack offers and secondly the weight to be carried. The idea is to take both back and hand what you put as baggage for the tent.
To be clear from the beginning, the list of things needed at the tent does not address those who place the tent at 2 m from the car, because in this situation you can put half the house in the car and there is no point in complicating lists.
- Every model he likes and how he thinks it's useful. The idea is to be quite roomy and comfortable for those in the luggage list. Tent - a model adapted to personal transport and adapted to the number of people. It is not necessary to have a 4-person tent when you sit alone in it. Preferably the tents that have the veranda, so that you can store the rucksack, luggage, etc. Sleeping bag Izopren - has the role of providing a thermal barrier between the soil and the human body. It's a lot easier than an inflatable mattress, and this counts when we get in kg of what baggage means. Tape rain cover - this is where you have bad luck and it rains. Self-catering:
The front flashlight - you need light on the tent. We use especially front flashlights to provide you with great mobility with your hands free. Of course you can also have a flashlight or a lantern. Twine - multiple uses: stretched laundry, dry rain sheet etc. You never know when you need it. Flashlight reserve battery Hunting knife Dish - cup, deep dish, plate, fork, spoon. They are thermally and mechanically heat-resistant plastic or sheet metal (stainless steel, aluminum). Cooking pots - The list may vary depending on how you ensure your food. If you eat at a hostel, for example, it is useless to carry pots and pans to you. If you cook yourself then in proportion to the number of people at the table you should have: a small barbecue, lid with lid, pan, polish, kettle, turntable, the list is adjustable according to what you propose to eat. Detergent and sponge for cleaning dishes. Matches, briquettes lit fire. Primus with gas bottle - for cooking, tea, coffee.
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