Elsie and I both use machines (without the warmers) at night. We are still searching out the lower priced but best RV camps and parks for overnight and weekend camping. Just a note here: the very lowest has been 7 Feathers Casino in Canyonville, at $14 and 16 and is very nice and convenient, since they have shuttle available every few minutes to casino door for good food, beverage, or to play a bit. They are building a new 200 unit park at present.
We would like to get off grid to some favorite fishing this summer and I hope to go with 2 batteries and solar
. (if the sun and summer ever arrive!) I have worked out a plan with cost under $1k but hate to invest now when solar
and battery is advancing so rapidly in better, cheaper, simpler technology.
We have used the smallest solar panel
once, in central OR for 3 nights successfully for 1 machine, so it can work, but that was bright sunny days!