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27/4/2011 at 10:04pm
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We try and eat out on the last night or have a take away so the kitchen tent and most cooking stuff can be packed away the night before.  As others have said cereal or toast in morning and any washing up goes home to the dishwasher.  Sometimes it's possible to buy an extra half day for your pitch which is well worth it. This means going home late afternoon/early evening which gives you a whole day to enjoy without rushing.  I hate going to bed on the last night knowing all I got to look forward next day is packing up, usually in a rush to get off the pitch in time

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27/4/2011 at 10:37pm
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Piglet, you're my kind of packer. Yeah okay 'glamping' has its positives, but the packing/unpacking/repacking gets me down. Actually its the packing up to come home that's the pits as it usually means back to work the next day!

Although we started off with various bags, then storage boxes but came to the conclusion what is the point of unpacking stuff to pack it away again and ended up getting one of those plastic storage drawers for all the kitchen gear, toiletry bags, towels and other paraphernalia. This can be unloaded and ready to use straight away. Also find a table is much more practical with multiple uses than kitchen cupboards(again, which have to be erected, filled up then unfilled and packed into other boxes and bags to take home as well as taking it down again. Argh!

However my quest continues to find the most efficient way of taking gear that can be used as it is, rather than unnecessary unpacking/repacking.

When taking the Wolf Lake it takes us 2 hours all in, but the bell tent shaves off at least 3/4 hour.

Best wishes Sam


27/4/2011 at 10:55pm
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We've never been fans of packing away the night before... makes it feel like the holiday is over even if its just a weekend.

When on group camping trips it has been commented on how relaxed and laid back our approach to packing is, which is short for... my god you take bloody ages!

I think about 3 hours is normal, although we've started at 10 am and left the site at 3 or 4 pm now.... hay ho, just the way it is ;0)


27/4/2011 at 10:59pm
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I try and do the whole store it in what you packed it in, this works very well for kitchen things. Then the night before spend 30 mins getting everyone to pick up all those annoying little things, and put away things you won't need. The kids have to put all their gumph back in their toy bags, that's what takes most of the time!  If we're doing a longer stay, and have taken the utility tent, then we'll try and pack that up the night before. Unless the weather will be awful and we need shelter to boil a kettle.

In the morning as soon as we wake up I do my sleeping bag + mat, plus one childs. My husband does the same for him and the other child. I'm looking forward to when the children can cope by themselves.

The morning we leave brekkie tends to be more simple, it has to be cooked but not a full on fry up  We rinse out the luggable loo and put the dirty plates + pans in there! Saves time washing them up, as we put them in the dishwasher when we get home.



27/4/2011 at 11:02pm
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Reading this post confirms i was right to junk 80% of the clutter i used to haul about. It really is hard to put into words but i can guarantee that you could lose 50% of the clutter and not suffer any real loss of comfort. You just have to streamline and the benefits are immeasurable. I want to have the whole thing set up in 15-20 mins and 20 mins to pack up. With a bit of work and thought it really is not too hard. Trust me junk the clutter you wont regret it.


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27/4/2011 at 11:12pm
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I am seriously wanting a trailer so that things like tent, chairs etc can just be left in that, however we don't have a garage to store it :/ would save so much time in the getting home and unloading though!

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28/4/2011 at 12:26am
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Have just bought the Montana 6. 3 children and I (walking with crutches at the moment, so they had to do most of the job, while I was telling - yelling - what to do)needed about 2 1/2 hours for the Monty 6 and all the useless stuff, I had thought we needed and never will take with us again. Then I needed about 1 hour to stuff and restuff and restuff everything (tent, canopy, folding chairs, sleeping bags, matresses, table, groundsheet, carpet, blankets, kitchen stuff) into my tiny Seat Ibiza, placed the kids on top of the heap, put some other blankets and the clothes bags on top of them, and then after the first hour of driving the youngest got sick... Did a lot of washing at home.
So the lesson I've learned for the next time is take as few things as possible. Combined table/chairs instead of table and folding chairs (well, maybe one for Mum). I try to teach the children to fold their dirty clothes flat before they put them in the dirty clothes bag, a little thing but saves some space. Bags for the clothes are a problem because the children make a mess of it, so I use this metal thing (oh, what's it called in English!)from IKEA where you can hang a kind of shelves made from fabric and have just found out that you can leave the clothes in the shelves,and "press" the shelves with the clothes in into IKEA bags. Saves a little bit of time - everything counts!
With the little Seat Ibiza boxes are no option, as I found out on this trip. Was happy that the kitchen stuff box broke and I just used plastic bags, but it takes longer to unpack at home.
We would never have got away from the campsite if we hadn't startet packing the night before, but I agree that it spoils the last evening!


28/4/2011 at 1:00am
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It takes me 4h to set up and 3h to pack up on my own.

Set up includes tent, canopy, 4-pole windbreak and kitchen, table and chairs, blow up bed, hanging light etc...

Hence I seldom arrange to do much on the day I arrive at the campsite as I am usually very tired after setting up camp.

On the day of departure, I normally get up a couple of hours earlier than usual, and have a light breakfast of scrambled eggs on toast instead of a fry up, so that I can pack my Cadac Safari Chef the night before.

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28/4/2011 at 7:40am
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I will try and do bits the day before - stuff that we are not going to need, etc.       Also depending on how it is going I will sometimes just stuff stuff where it fits and sort out at home.   
Richard is bad tempered and un co-ordinated when taking down.     Rather than sorting the stuff in the camper awning out first, he will take the awning down on top of it moaning and shouting at the children who are only trying ot help in their own way.

When I am without it, in a tent it is far more organised.



28/4/2011 at 8:31am
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Quote: Originally posted by Librasam on 27/4/2011

Piglet, you're my kind of packer. Yeah okay 'glamping' has its positives, but the packing/unpacking/repacking gets me down. Actually its the packing up to come home that's the pits as it usually means back to work the next day!


LOL, our style of camping is born out of the reality that I have an OH with absolutely no patience or tolerance, I have slightly more but not much! So we have always worked towards solutions that don't involve too much faffing.

We used to use a kitchen unit, until the day he managed to bend it trying to put it up - he's a big fan of "if it doesn't fit you're just not applying enough brute force" rather than working out perhaps why it won't fit!   Tables are a lot simplier and much more multi purpose.   

We found last year that we had added a lot of "bits" to our kit, things like the submirsible shower and other things I can't now think of that tended to be loose in the trailer. We bought a couple of ammo boxes, one from a car boot sale and one off ebay, these tend to stay in the trailer and all the loose stuff goes into those on pack up. That way every thing has a home and you always know where to look for something.   We need to refine this system this year and see if we can leave some of the crud behine.

We take a huge amount of "stuff" OH loves to cook so we have a Coleman dual fuel dual burner, a Coleman dual fuel single burner, Cadac, Weber Go Anywhere, 3 way fridge and then the whole 3 drawer unit with a crepe pan, a old fashioned waffle iron, griddle pan and all sorts of "stuff".

We go to non facility sites so have a portaloo, an aquaroll and the submirsible shower to give pumped water (I can't lift water containers).

We don't camp light in anybody's book, I'm not sure how long it takes us to pack up - we can set up in 45 minutes - including inners, roof lining, beds etc. 60 minutes to include all of the rest of the tweaking, water, fridge running, solar panel up etc.   

I suspect it takes twice as long to pack up and into the trailer but this would be on the basis that we don't touch what is in the trailer again between trips so all washing up is done and put away, the fridge, clothes bags and left over food travel in the car.

It's what works for us, neither of us have the patience for hours of set up or take down, we do take lots of "stuff" so we had to get smart about how we take things.

The tent itself goes up in around 20 minutes!

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28/4/2011 at 8:35am
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Second post - what really works for us is a "bag of bags", when you empty things, all the bags go into this so that all bags are in one place. We used to spend aaaggggeeeessss wandering round looking for sleeping bag stuff sacks, SIM bags etc. Now all the "bedroom bags" go inside one of the bedroom bags and that goes into the main tent bag with all the other bags so there is only one place to look for bags.

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28/4/2011 at 9:11am
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We tend to pack most things the night before and only keep out what we're going to need the next morning.  It usually takes us about 2 hours tho to get the tent and everything away and packed in the car.

It's getting a bit easier now boys are bigger and can help a bit tho so more hands on deck so to speak.

Like the post above we have a "bag of bags" so we know where they all are and that saves time trying to find them all.

OH is very organised (unlike me) so he tends to direct the packing and manages to get it all in whereas I would just stuff it all in and sort it later.  Have to admit his way does tend to work better (don't tell him I said that) and it's not too bad a job.



28/4/2011 at 9:18am
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Striking camp on the last day is one of the sucky parts of camping. Everyone is tired/sunburnt/hungover/otherwise hors-de-combat & grumpy but there is a bunch of annoying things to do.

There are ways of making it easier tho:

#) If you don't need it, don't bring it to start with. Everything you don't bring with you is one less thing to pack, unpack, clean & repair.

#) Camp disapline. take down is much easier when everything is already tidy & in it's correct place. If it was tidily put away in it's correct place after it was used last rather than being left on the table/floor/bed/etc then so much the better. Encoraging people to get into the hobbit of packing up their personal & sleeping kit first thing in the morning whilst folks are milling around having breakfast helps too.

#) Get stuck in. It's the same job list if it gets done in 1hour or four so you may as well get it over with. Also, if someone is standing around looking lost then feel free to find them something usefull to be doing.

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28/4/2011 at 9:22am
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I recently purchased a 20L stuff bag for my double all season duvet (4.5 Tog + 7.5 Tog combo), and am using it now for the heavier of the two duvets, and has sufficient room for my camping pillow and fitted sheet for my single blow up bed. This means all the bedding is now in one bag, except for the 2 fleece blankets that I also take with me in case I need them.

Most of the cooking related items are contained in one box, and they are dedicated to camping. This means I only need to grab it and shove it into the car without having to go around the house hunting for bits and pieces.

I am contemplating leaving everything in the car and roof box after my trip this weekend, so that they are ready for the late May BH weekend when I am next off camping.

However, I am wary of the impact on fuel consumption. Decision, decision ...

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* Treat life events like a dog: If you can't eat it, play with it, or hump it, p1$$ on it and walk away! *


28/4/2011 at 4:50pm
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Piglet, the "bag of bags" idea is great! And now I know another use for the Montana 6 side entrance: store the big bag, so I always know where it is.


28/4/2011 at 7:02pm
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if im abroad and have to catch a ferry,i pack most stuff up the night before and just leave the vital stuff for next morning,have cerial or continetal breakfast and a fruit juice,.then its just the tent,sleeping bags and beds and bits and bobs to pack up .You can do this to cut time

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