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Topic: Travelling with Homeroast (23 msgs / 769 lines)
1) From: Jason Brooks
Greetings all,
I'm travelling up to Boston (staying slightly out of Boston) next week.
 I'm debating between packing for 100% carry-on vs checked baggage.  With
checked, it would be easier to take a HR setup.  But the extra fees
involved weigh in.  I also don't know that I'll have reliable hot water
there, and I don't know that I want to try and pack a kettle.
So, suggestions on travelling by air with homeroast?  Great coffee around
Boston?
Thanks,
Jason
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2) From: John Stewart
I took an aeropress, hario hand grinder, electric kettle, and home roasted =
beans to Hawaii.  All in my carry-on, but I didn't have any bulky wardrob=
e items.  Most of the beans fit nicely inside the kettle, so it didn't ad=
d much bulk over beans alone.  I put the rest of the beans inside the bod=
y of the areopress.  As long as you can use the hollow space inside the g=
rinder, areopress, etc, you won't add much space or weight.
Of course, if you can try a new coffee spot each day that might work too.
John
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Greetings all,
I'm travelling up to Boston (staying slightly out of Boston) next week.
I'm debating between packing for 100% carry-on vs checked baggage.  With
checked, it would be easier to take a HR setup.  But the extra fees
involved weigh in.  I also don't know that I'll have reliable hot water
there, and I don't know that I want to try and pack a kettle.
So, suggestions on travelling by air with homeroast?  Great coffee around
Boston?
Thanks,
Jason
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3) From: coffehound
I pack a small electric kettle, vac-packed preground coffee, #2 Melitta cone, and filters. I have packed a whirly blade grinder when going for longer trips. Everything has gone through security for my carryon without any problems. 
Demian

4) From: Jason Brooks
What type of kettle do you have?  Mine are both quite large for travel.
Jason Brooks
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5) From: j3r
This is the smallest kit I could put together that does not need 
electricity (and can safely be used indoors):
butane burner: http://www.sweetmarias.com/sweetmarias/yama-butane-burner.html(need to 
rig up a stand for it, not too hard, there are camping stands that work 
etc - some of these burners (the same model) come with a stand as well).
collapseable kettle: http://www.theglamcampingcompany.com/glamdetails.php?prodIdi&category=&secondary=&keywords=hand grinder (take your pick, I got a nice new zass)
mypressi twist or aeropress
Note that the kettle can be found for considerably cheaper than that 
site has it for.
Jer
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6) From: coffehound
Not sure of the brand and don't even remember where I got it. It's all plastic, 1 liter volume. I pack it with filters, coffee, socks, etc and it doesn't take that much room in the luggage. 
Demian

7) From: Greg Hollrigel
I do a similar thing, and bring my Bodum 1 liter kettle (from Sweet Marias
a few years ago), a beehive filter cone, filters, and hand grinder, and bag
of home roasted beans.  I do this all the time as carry on without any
problem (both national and international to Europe), and as checked in,
sometimes, but I  always take my beans with me on board.  I do leave the
kettle at home when I go international though due to the voltage
differences.
Greg
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8) From: John Stewart
I use a 1 liter plastic bodum electric kettle.  Mine is a little differen=
t than what they sell now, but the idea is the same.  If you're using the=
 space inside the kettle for packing, it really doesn't take much room.
John
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I do a similar thing, and bring my Bodum 1 liter kettle (from Sweet Marias
a few years ago), a beehive filter cone, filters, and hand grinder, and bag
of home roasted beans.  I do this all the time as carry on without any
problem (both national and international to Europe), and as checked in,
sometimes, but I  always take my beans with me on board.  I do leave the
kettle at home when I go international though due to the voltage
differences.
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9) From: Barry Luterman
One must keep their priorities in order. Coffee is primary. Clean
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10) From: Michael Mccandless
Our coffee is a must on motorcycle rides.
Here are a couple we put together:
Coffee Kit 
The water pot was a rare find - holds ~ 24 Oz.
Mike & Penny
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11) From: Frank Parth
I have a small plug-in kettle I bought in California for use in the US, and one made for 220 V I bought in Korea for 
overseas use. I always carry outlet adapters so the different outlet styles are not a problem overseas.
That and an Aeropress, fresh-roasted coffe, and I'm good to go.
Frank
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13) From: Dave Huddle
My wife, daughter & I are in the midst of a two week vacation by car.
 In a small suitcase I have a 4 cup electric Melita brewer, a Skerton
hand mill, two cups, measuring scoop, brush, electric extension cord,
some home roast, green Ethiopian beans and a FreshRoast machine.   We
don't run out of homeroast when we travel.
Dave in Dallas tonight.
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14) From: Jason Brooks
I may have to invest in a Skerton.  I'm travelling with a knee mill, though
while small, does take up some realestate.  Nice AP of Rwanda this morning!
Thanks for all the responses about travelling with the setup.  I ended up
checking that bag anyway.  But all arrived in MA fine.
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15) From: Robert Yoder
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Hi Sandy,
First off, let me apologize in advance for your rehab facility and not help=
ing you with you love of coffee.  If you were my patient, well, I probably =
wouldn't allow you to have the coffee either, but your parents would be all=
owed to have some or I would bring them a cup or two of mine.  You'd have t=
o be a kid to be my patient in the Pediatric ICU and in the PICU, we like y=
ou well sedated and your pain a 3 or less and your pain is what you describ=
e it as.  So if you are like an 11 on a 10 scale as in "This is Spinal Tap"=
 well your pain is off the chart at 11 and means I have to write a note abo=
ut it.  But anyways, I would not be able to survive my nights without the a=
mazing beans from Sweet Marias and the double walled bottles filled with li=
ve saving coffee.
Get well soon and if you would like an IV bag with coffee, I'm sure I could=
 get a pharmacist to give me a bag and I can fill it with coffee, but pleas=
e don't inject it, since it won't be labeled for IV use.
Peter
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18) From: Sandy Andina
My singing partner's wife actually DID mainline caffeine--she awoke from arthroscopy with a pounding headache. The nurse asked her if she'd had her morning coffee, and because she'd been NPO since midnight, she said she hadn't.  The nurse drew a syringe of pharmaceutical-grade caffeine and injected it directly into her IV!
I have been told that the nurses make themselves some fairly strong coffee and might be willing to share....but late at night. Dang! So I may see if "Charlie Trotter's To Go" across the street can send over some decent espresso or even Clover-dripped from time to time. (Hey, it's our 41st anniv. tomorrow--I can't celebrate with champagne because of the painkillers and coumadin--and we spent our 40th at Trotter's actual restaurant, where Charlie came and schmoozed for awhile, gave us a tour of the kitchen & cellar, and a gift bag of two cookbooks and some house-made shortbread.  He's hanging up his toque in Aug. to go back to grad school and study philosophy, so this may be our last chance).  Meanwhile, Bob's bringing some plastic champagne flutes from home so we can toast with seltzer.
And yes, the "11" was definitely a Spinal Tap reference.  I half expected to hallucinate an 18" high replica of Stonehenge, complete with dancing elves--but they're not giving me THAT much hydrocodone.
Peace & Song, 
Sandy Andina
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19) From: Robert Yoder
Thanks, Sandy! I'm working on the strong, limber and zenlike. I can say I a=
lways enjoy your perspicacious and insightful posts,  and have followed you=
r coffee-advice more than once. I am sorry to hear  about the hitches in yo=
ur gitalong.  I'm hoping to hobble around chez moi with my good coffee.  Co=
uldn't find an email address for taking this off-list, so I'll keep this sh=
ort. Happy Roasting, robert yoder  From: sandraandina
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20) From: Lynne
Sandy, I hope this is nothing serious!
Sending my prayers & good thoughts your way -
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Lynne
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21) From: Lynne
Joel -
You're probably already in Boston now - I'm *just* starting to catch up
w/my massive backlog of emails.
I was going to recommend trying a brew at George Howell's coffee shop in
Newtonville - "Taste." But according to Yelp, its now closed. So I think
you have been very wise to bring your own coffee setup. So sad that a city
such as Boston has little or perhaps nothing in decent coffee selection (I
admit to not being brave enough to venture out & try any - past experiences
have been dismal & I don't feel like suffering by drinking bad coffee).
Hope you've been enjoying Boston during your stay!
Lynne
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22) From: Jason Brooks
Lynne,
I was up in Burlington.  Not much coffee there that I had the time to hunt
out.  Took my homeroast for morning drinks and had a poor excuse for coffee
at the training center.
I will say the highlight of the trip for me was Thursday when Peter Z
ulkowski drove over to Burlington and took me to his house for dinner.  He
and Charlotte were a joy to meet and chat with.  The dinner was fabulous as
well.
Thanks again, Peter!
Jason Brooks
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23) From: Lynne
Oh, I'm so glad you got to meet Peter Z & Charlotte! They are great people
- in fact, I just finished a terrific brew this morn made fr beans gifted
to me from Peter. And you are right - Burlington is a suburb with little to
offer in the way of good coffee, I think.
Lynne
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