All that clean air makes us hungry-you'll be surprised at how much your appetite grows on the road. To save space, buy food in a town near your campsite; this will also let you forego prebought canned goods in favor of something fresher like, say, a steak. (Freeze-dried meals pack small, but can be pricey.) Clif Bar energy bars are delicious and easy to pack. Grab a few extra salt/pepper/ sugar packets from a local McDonald's and pack 'em in a plastic baggie. Buy a nice mess kit, a small water bottle (and some water purification tablets) and a quality stove-this collapsible Pyromid grill ($89.95, call 800/824-4288) uses charcoal, wood or Sterno for fuel (an unleaded gasoline stove is also nice). Get yourself a collapsible chair so you can enjoy your meal, and use garbage bags to pack out your trash when you're finished. What else? Well, we've heard that a BMW hard saddlebag makes for a great beer/ice cooler.