You have to begin by recognizing that we travel for at least 7 months at a clip. With possibly a 2-4 month trip thrown in some years. As a result we don't take a lot of things weekenders take. There is just the two of us, no kids and no pets.
We travel lite. We carried a ground mat for many years and rarely used it. We do not carry tables other than the table that comes with the Honda; it's pretty good and proabably 4'x4'. We sometimes carry a grill but not always. We plan to this year. It is small and light
We carry 2 chairs; they are aluminum and light
. We carry them in the car because during the day we're out an about and may want them.
We mostly carry things in the car we use when out in the car. We each have a sweatshirt and a waterproof wind breaker, two aluminum chairs, a hiking back pack, 2 walking sticks, a small compressor, a bottle jack, a battery
jump starter, a small basic set of tools, and a case of bottled water.
Power cords, hoses, leveling blocks, extra sewer hose are carried in the rear bumper box.
Our glasses are plastic because we've had others break on rough roads. We have plastic dishes, actually lunch size. About the only glass we carry is two coffee cups. We carry only two pots and two frying pans, light
ones at that. This year we added a small crock pot. We have a 4 cup coffee pot and a 2 slice toaster. We carry one big knife and couple of paring knifes. For silverware, we carry the minimum required to serve 4.
Four clothing I carry 2 pairs of jeans (for cold weather), 5 pairs of shorts, a bathing suit, a pair of dress pants, 3 button shirts, 5 Tshirts, 3 jerseys, 3 sweaters, a bunch of socks and underwear. I carry a pair of sneakers and a pair of Keens for shoes.
Of course we live by the rule that if we don't use it in a year we don't carry it the next. As well if we buy something we need to remove something, not always but generally.
You will be surprised when you go thru our rig how much emptiness we have in each compartment.
Hope this helps