Sorry for the teaser. (Well, not really.) I'm not dropping big bucks on a frameset, I'm dropping little bucks on dishes.
The stuff on the left is the cooking/eating gear I took on my inaugural S240. The silver thingy on the right is what I'll be replacing it with on the next trip. I've been trying to figure out the best bang for my buck. There's some weight advantage, but way more space advantage, as you can see. That damn tin cup cost me 35 bucks, but they say you can't take it with you and I'm definitely making sure that I won't have the option.
It's majorly important to "Just Do It", Nike Boy, but that immediately leads to a desire to do it better, especially when there is huge room for improvement from your first time around.
Anyway, inside the tin cup is a stove and a fuel canister. It's all very cool and compact and made by a Japanese company called Snow Peak and yes, they hypnotized my ass and got my money.
It takes a special kind of idiot to pay full price for camping gear at the very end of camping season. How nice for you to meet me.