Maybe this should be in the camping forum...
Anyway, what do you pack for an overnight camping trip (not cabin), and what do you pack it into?
I no longer pack a tent, as they mostly just frost up inside (I used to when I had a small wall tent and stove). Now it's just a tarp and a bunch of disposable line. I try to pack light and concentrate on having a good bed and good food. I usually tow two sleds- both plastic toboggan types- in tandem. Food tote, a pot and frying pan, small chainsaw and ax, 2 gal. can of straight gas and a bottle of oil, wire cooking grate, small butane lantern, personal bag of "possibles" including a survival kit... no doubt a bunch of other things I'm forgetting right now. I have a list somewhere.
Whoever I go with packs their own gear in their own sled, except we divvy up food and cooking gear so we don't duplicate. Generally only need for one ax and chainsaw. An auger is mandatory if I go to fish somewhere.
While I like cabins and the comfort they afford, I feel more in touch with the real Alaska and the old timers when I siwash it. Getting a little tougher to do as I grow older and stiffer!