Solo Stove 900 - Cooking with denatured alcohol in this pic.
Tent: Hilleberg Staika (I know it's a two-person tent, but it provides the room I like, is free-standing when needed, has plenty of room for storing stuff in the two vestibules, super ventilation, and is still pretty light.)
Summer: Vaude Cheyenne 200
Early spring / Fall: Yeti Passion 3
Sleeping bag liner (great for really hot nights or added warmth on colder ones)
Thermarest Trail Lite pad.
Chair 1 camping stool (Most people would consider this as something to be tossed aside as unnecessary. Most people aren't as old as I am. For me, it's worth lugging it up the long hills.)
Small flashlight / tent light.
of various sizes for keeping my things separated in the panniers.
One waterproof bag for packing away anything wet or really dirty.
Minamilist toiletries. Bio-degradable soap, tootbrush, toothpaste, and beard brush. (I don't usually
have a beard, but this was the smallest brush I could find for what little hair I have left on my head.)
Avon Skin so Soft bath oil. (For some unknown reason, bugs hate this stuff.)
for hanging stuff to dry.
Scrubba Wash Bag (New for this year. We'll see what I think of this when I get back home from this year's trip. It's like bringing a washing machine with you.)
Multi-fuel cooker with wind shield (For trips where I'm camping mostly in campgrounds, and where finding fuel is no problem.)
MSR Whisper Lite cleaning kit
Solo Stove Lite (For trips where getting fuel is tougher, or where finding small pieces
of firewood is easier and there's little objection to open fires. You can also burn denatured alcohol in it with a small burner that fits inside the stove. This is the stove I like the most and which gives the least amount of hassle. It also fits
inside the Solo Stove Pot 900 which I bring anyway.)
Solo Stove Pot 900
Relags Primus Stainless Steel pan (A bit heavy, but much more useful than any tiny, aluminum pans I've used. Also, I like to cook when I'm camping.)
Swiss Army Knife
Thermos coffee cup
Butane lighter and waterproof matches as backup
Thin, neoprene cutting board
Sea-to-Summit titanium utensil set
Sawyer Mini Point 1 water filter
Katadyn Pocket water filter (Only for really remote trips.)
Uribag travel urinal. (Go ahead and laugh. I don't have to use this thing often, but, getting out of the tent in the middle of the night to go pee is something
I hate. It may require marching off to a campground toilet, going out in the rain, getting bitten by bugs, etc. This thing packs up small, and it weighs practically nothing. I wouldn't tour without it.)