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Unless the trip is about speed, he probably doesn't need the radar detector. Is he making a video of the trip for personal or commercial use? I would take the tablet, cell phone (satellite is probably a good idea) and GPS. What a trip to make though! How exciting!

Vonda
Rosebush, MI
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
I love the story and video. Short, sweet and it put a smile on my face! I love his attitude towards all the gadgets he agreed to carry. To gadget or not to gadget? Well on a long trip I would certainly carry a GPS and always my cell phone. Anything else would depend upon just how much and how long I would be out of cell phone range and whether I was going on the trip alone. I believe that often times we set aside our own resourcefulness and become dependent on modern technology to fix our own inner insecurities. What ever happen to the chance of adventure?

Nanci Rogers
Montague, CA
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Gadgets schmadgets...less is more for me. Just a good ole map (s) and my smart phone is all I need to keep it real and simple. The beauty of traveling by motorcycle is to leave the junk behind!

Marilyn
Princeton, NJ
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Well, I'm no gadget girl. I only have a cell phone. My mother would probably be happier if I had a SPOT since I travel solo most of the time. To stay somewhat connected, if luggage space is really limited, I'll take my NOOK HD and a hotspot, along with a point & shoot camera with an extra memory card and batteries. If it's not, I'll add a DSLR and/or bridge camera, 2-3 additional lenses for the DSLR, a tripod and a laptop. Of course, that means I also pack extra batteries for the cameras along with assorted battery and device chargers. Life was so much simpler before digital photography but you couldn't take your darkroom with you and film was so limiting. Did I say I wasn't a gadget girl?

Deborah Nielsen
Cheyenne, WY
Friday, September 20, 2013
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