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The "tread Lightly" service today and our bamboo trailer.
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The "tread Lightly" service today.
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The "Tread Lightly" bamboo trailer.
 
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I like and use very much those plastic boxes, as shown in this thread on bikes/trailers. Especially those with a little hole in the corners, as they are better stackable. They are usually used for vegetables and alike in stores and on markets, many are just thrown away so one can be have them for free.

Nice for firewood, I tend to have a few filled near the oven, so no need to walk outside in the middle of the night or while raining to grab some more firewood.

Though I have a bicycle, I don't use it much. It is simply to hilly here to make much fun.
 
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J Grouwstra wrote:In most European countries wild camping is not allowed, I believe Britain and Ireland are among the few countries where you can.
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It depends, in many countries, if not most of European you are allowed to rest one night by law, to restore your capability to drive. Of course none can prove from where you really came. ;-)

This shouldn't matter if you arrive by bicycle, motorbike, car, camper or whatever. Though with some not so big camper (VW Bus or alike) you have generally very little problems to find a nice spot for one night. Though I wouldn't suggest to set up at places in the nature some barbecue and alike camping activities.
 
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