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Old 04-16-2016, 08:51 PM   #15
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Thank you Donna, I didn't know either.
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Old 04-17-2016, 08:07 AM   #16
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Gosh guys, did not realize how fast my battery on my laptop goes, so I am going to make this short. In a little over a week I should be heading to TX with full hookups and then I can catch up with all you guys...thanks for all the well wishes and I will be back in touch soon. I am loving this!!!
Time for an inverter and some solar! I have 90W of solar panels and a little 150W pure sine wave inverter. I'm on BLM land in southern Utah right now, and I've been running the heater in the evening and morning (been cold and windy!), using my water pump, and charging my laptop and a portable speaker. My battery is usually fully charged before noon with my solar panels. I've been in one spot 4 days now and plan to be here another 3 before heading into town to refill water and stuff.

Yep, BLM is great. It used to be the wild west still, and still is in some areas. Kind of "anything goes". But especially in southern Utah, which has been seeing a boom for the last couple decades, they're having to impose a few more rules. Still easy to camp for a long time, more or less anywhere you find a road and a fire ring.
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[b]Bureau of [b]Land [b]Management: BLM Dot Gov, in a nutshell... public land, or land for public use.
Think of BLM land as a National Forest but without all the trees! Managed by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
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