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RE: We camped without George for the first time.

George may be thinking "May the fleas of 10,000 cay mels infest your MPPT controller and the trees fall on your BC Hydro line for 6 days..." I'll relay your response to George. I'm sure he will be tickled. Dave
crosscheck 08/15/20 06:47pm General RVing Issues
We camped without George for the first time.

Last time he made himself usefull was February/2012 at the Thorndike camp, 7600', Death Valley NP. Started snowing, camping overnight before the hike up Telescope Peak. Heavy frost overnight, lots of cloud not much solar and we had to run the furnace. Batteries kinda getting down so George got to work for a few hours. That was the last time he lent a helping hand camping. Our BC Provincial Parks opened June 1st of this year and to date we have dry camped over 40 nights mostly in the provincial Park campgrounds. It would have been closer to 50 but had to cancel some nights because of the wet weather in June. Of course, George is a little ticked off having to spend all day sitting in a dark, depressing garage but it is nice having the extra space in the pass through and not having to smell gasoline. We bought George originally to charge the twin 12V batteries in a previous TC when on long trips to Mexico as we has no solar/ inverter. Now with lots of solar, 4 6V GC2's , 2000W inverter, we even volunteer to charge my BIL and girl friends E MTBikes if they promise not to run their genny in their TH. I appreciate Georges past service but I had to tell him how much I love my present electrical system. I could tell he was sad due to a few oily tears shed on the floor when I walked by him. What do you say to George, a Honda 2000W inverter generator after all these years we have been together, when he knows he is not needed? Dave
crosscheck 08/14/20 07:18pm General RVing Issues
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