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Old 01-09-2016, 05:38 PM   #21
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What are the details on you're solar setup? Batteries, panel, charge controller, etc?

Satisfied with the performance and the portable setup?
2 6 volt Costco batteries, 2 100W panels that I put hinges on and folding legs, 1000W inverter, can't remember the controller. I installed it. For what we do the portable is the best choice and we've been very satisfied. Can move it around to put it where the sun is. Have 25' cable fixed and then a 50 extension if needed. It's worked very well for us. This summer did a 3 week trip to Idaho's Sawtooth area, Glacier, aND Yellowstone/Tetons. The entire time was dry camping. Only time I had to use the generator was to power the microwave. Inverter was mainly used to charge phones and run the tv/Blu-ray player some evenings.
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Old 01-14-2016, 03:52 AM   #22
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Envy, just envy, those are some beautify pics.
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Old 01-14-2016, 09:10 AM   #23
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Still having fun in the trailer. 1st year was 50 nights used. This year we'll be about the same most likely.
What part of the country is this? What a wonderful/beautiful view!!!
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What part of the country is this? What a wonderful/beautiful view!!!
Wyoming. That's the Tetons in the background. Parked about 75 yards from the Grand Teton National Park boundary. It's on national forest land.
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Those are some great pics!
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Thanks! Here's another not far from home.

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A few pictures of this week's camping.


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Jackofall, I think we just need to follow you around and have you show us how it's done. Seriously....Your pics are always breathtaking.
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A few from our last couple outings.







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Jackofall, I think we just need to follow you around and have you show us how it's done. Seriously....Your pics are always breathtaking.
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