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I take my small camping all the time. It rides in is egg crate snugged up to the cab of the truck. I thake the guts out to move it. I also purchased a "pot lifter" To help pick it up. With the pot lifter moving it by yourself is a snap.
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I use the pot lifter to lift the egg in and out of the crate. I take the insides out and then use the lifter to set it in the crate. I put the fire box and ring back in once i am done moving it. I have bubble wrapped the inside pices but found it was more of a hasle than it is worth.
At the campsight i just leave it in the crate and put the green feet under it or I take my nest along if I know I will have a nice level place to set a nest.
MarcusP we also bought the Small to take when we camp/go south for winter. However, we were more concerned about the actual moving of the Egg and wondered if we would be able to lift it to get it back in our basement of our fifth wheel. It is bulky to wrap your your arms around the middle of it and move it for cooking/storage, but not impossible. Our son designed and built what we call our Egg Carten. This aluminum carrier has handles that make it so easy for two people to lift/or carry. You can see his design in my avatar. We never have to move/lift it out of the Carten. Has holes for easy strap securing in the basement.
Build a carrier out of 2"x4"'s and plywood.......cheap and it works great. People travel with eggs all the time. This is what I use when I go to fests or demo cooks.