We try to only have the fridge in the back of our Cruiser. Basically our trailer stays loaded and all we have to do to go away is fill the gas bottles, water tank, put in our cloths and food. The biggest trick is to get things that fit. I made a kitchen that holds everything including a 2 burner BBQ. You need to think out of the camping gear square and find things that work, simple things like our washing up bowl is a square storage container that fits into a draw, pots that we can remove their handles, instead of getting big chunky things be concious of what you need and how it fits. Our kitchen slides out seperate from the trailer but it holds everything. It takes up nearly half the camper but it holds all cooking and eating stuff so it a good use of space.
Our bed stays made so thats less bedding in the trailer, my daughters both have cots without mattresses that lay flat.
This is our camper ready for clothes, pillows and food. Inside here we have all our cooking and eating gear, dry tinned food, snacks etc 4 chairs 2 sleeping bags 2 stretcher a badmington set, boche set, games, Toilet tent, 4 drizabones, table and chairs, 2 bags of heat beads, 2 litres of kero, 2 kero lanterns, billy, toilet. On top of the tent we have several lengths of shade cloth, 9 x 7 tarp and a couple of smaller tarps. At home we dont take anything out of the camper besides cloths and food that way its always ready to go.
This is our kitchen set up, it now has a swing out table that let us get rid of a prep table. I made the kitchen to suit the 2 burner BBQ and the rest just falls into place.
My wife is good at organising stuff and packs pretty well, here is our cultlery draw, Everytime we pack the kitchen up I am amazed how much she gets in.
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on Wed Feb 03, 2010 3:56 pm, edited 1 time in total.