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    That's a BoardSMITH 12X18X3 and Uraku Usuba, in my RV Since I pretty much always vacation in the RV, I always have a couple of gyutos (210-280), and a petty. Sometimes I bring a Nakiri. This time, mainly b/c I'm expecting to see so many KKF folk, I have everything with me...boards, stones, blades.
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    So far I have the following:

    225mm gyuto
    150mm honesuki/petty
    11x16x1.75" board
    1.5q All Clad mixing bowl (love the handle on that one, best design ever)
    Zeiss peeler (inexpensive and efficient)
    Salt/Pepper mill (nothing better than fresh ground pepper)
    Felt strop with 1M diamond

    All this should not add more than 10Lb to my luggage. This should cover all my culinary needs.


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    Funny, Marko. I'll be heading to a cottage in the Muskokas, pretty soon, and I was wondering the same thing. I want to bring a no-nonsense knife with me that can be touched up on my ceramic Mac hone. My Marr petty (which regularly gets stropped on the bottom of coffee mugs) is always in my duffle bag, but I have a feeling I might want to bring another knife to help out. I can't decide between my Rodrigue Mid-Tech, ZKramer chef or a Carter gyuto....
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    I always bring a set of knives when going to the summerhouse, 240mm workhorse gyuto, 270mm stainless suji, 120-150mm petty and my 210mm suji since it's nice around the grill.

    Other items that goes in the bag, leatherstrop from Dave loaded with 0,25 micron, a double sided "Dianova Lapstone Cook", thermometer and some bandaids... I think that's all.

    I have left an inexpensive endgrain cutting board there(around 30*45cm)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    When I traveled for work I would be gone for anywhere from 2 weeks to a month and I would bring my bag with stones. Now when I travel on vacation I just bring one gyuto or cleaver. I just put the gyuto in a saya and toss it in my luggage, taking a pic before its closed.
    Take a picture, print it, and put it in the bag next to the knife.

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    I take one small chef knife or petty at the very least.
    I need to get a thin travel board.

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    wow you're well organized! i usually just carry a freshly edged pocket knife (perceval t45) as i'm only in need of an acceptable size yet sharp cutting tool, and as speed isn't necessary.

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    When we drive yes, when we fly no.

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    oh, right i forgot usa is a very large land, my bad.

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