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Today I stopped procrastinating and typed out a list of all of the major items we lug arround with us and attached a value. This was by way of a be prepared for Insurance possibilities.
The list excludes personal items clothes,jewelery,money etc.

When I got to the bottom line the total was truly scary.

Any body know of a Rotwieller going cheap or could it be back to a lightwieght tent and sleeping bag.

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Appart from the Photography kit, laptop, a few clothes and food the van ready to roll was weighed last week. Delighted to say I had 300kg in hand.
Heaviest single item is the small motorbike in the back.

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Talking about weight of wordly goods. What is the average amount of payload that people fulltiming require to be able to lug around all their prized posessions? We are looking at having about 500kg and wondered if this was going to be enough.

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pneumatician said:
Today I stopped procrastinating and typed out a list of all of the major items we lug arround with us and attached a value. This was by way of a be prepared for Insurance possibilities.
The list excludes personal items clothes,jewelery,money etc.

When I got to the bottom line the total was truly scary.

Any body know of a Rotwieller going cheap or could it be back to a lightwieght tent and sleeping bag.

Steve
I thought this was going to be about a weight issue. Rotwiellers arent light, either! And - they are saleable, so youd have to insure this as well! :D
 
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