We took our first trip to a nearby provincial park.
I didn't run the fridge for 24 hours but 8 full of ice packs was usually good with the Greyhawk. We didn't want to have an extension cord across the side walk all night for someone to trip on.
Friday after work.
It was almost in the food safe zone when we left but didn't stay that way. Once the chill from the ice packs was gone it warmed up.
Saturday at the park.
Was disappointed to find it didn't get cold.
Measured about 50 F in main section and about 20 F in the freezers.
Went to get some ice from the park store nice 80 degree walk for about 1/2 mile which turned into 2 miles return because the park store was closed and I had to go to the registration building to get ice.
Almost back with the 16 lbs of ice when the thunderstorm arrived.
Wife got the dogs in but hadn't retracted the awning before it collapsed. Forward end of course so the funnel it created directed the water to to open door.
The ice blocks were too big to go on the upper shelf so sitting on the bottom didn't do much.
Reading light in the bedroom decided it would just turn itself on and off so I disconnected one of the wires.
The other odd thing was when I got up in the dark to turn off the bathroom fan switching it off caused the bedroom ceiling light to flash dimly.
When the storm passed I dragged the picnic table over (buying a ladder) and was able to extend the awning arm and then roll it in. Seems to be OK.
Oh and at provincial parks you apparently need to bring your own male fitting for the black rinse hose
Got a service appointment for June 9th, 10 days before our 2 week trip.