The top box is excluded at this time, I want to keep it for very light stuff and my helmet, if possible.
Also excluded is the tank bag, with camera & other stuff.
Collapsable water bucket - Base for propane tank & the main stove burner (fits on tank)
Tarp & flat grill & cutting board & small water bottle - main grill pan w/ folding handle
Main pot & mini butane burner & butane (fits in pot) - nesting pans & dishtowel
The mini burner was a gift from Bob Leong on my birthday last year. The other stuff is over a decade old, used perhaps a dozen times. I don't do much camping.
5 For the right side, in the CT bag, from the top:
A white bag contains a nice LED lantern and one AA cell. The other three are in the lantern. This prevents the lamp from being turned on accidentally. The bag keeps the loose battery from being lost or getting somewhere I can't find it quickly. Next to it is the main propane tank for the main burner. I used to worry about running out of a tank on a trip. Never came close to it. But, these are very commonly available.
The black bag in the centre is a Luxurylite cot. Available here: Cot
Below that is the tent's top fly.
6 Another CT cloth bag. At the bottom of the bag is a safety triangle (if I break down), tire plugging kit (never had to use it and I now have tire puncture coverage as part of my BMW MOA membership). The grey item is the tent. The colored bag is my compact tripod.
7 The fitted bag contains clothes for the trip. It will also hold toiletries, but they are in use. I roll up long and shrort sleeve Dri-Fit shirts from Mark's Work Wearhouse, and match some Tilley underwear and socks. These can be easily washed and dry overnight. In the centre is a rain jacket which can double as a windbreaker if I am out on a chilly evening. Below that is a swimsuit.
8 The Held bag is waterproof and the long PVC container is a home-made tube that protects the tent poles from getting bent and broken. These go across the passenger seat.
9 Inside the Held bag is my sleeping bag, a bag holding an inflatable pillow, a bag with stuff (see below), and some tinfoil for cooking. The plastic bottle is kept close by the cot at night... . I have a length of cord with a weight on it to put a food bag up in a tree at night to keep critters away. The lead fishing sinker makes it easy to throw up over a tree limb. There is room to spare for more clothes and light soft stuff.
10 In the bag referenced above, I have a triangular nesting cup and pot, Then, a green folding washbasin, Sporks, soap and safety blanket, fire starter sticks, and cooking oil and detergent.
And now the kicker - I'm leaving it all at home. I don't feel like camping this year, at least on this trip. But, I may go later in the year and wanted to be able to replicate the packing!