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Old 08-14-2008, 04:17 PM   #29
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OK Issue solved! I can have a cigarette lighter installed in the trailer, but I am told than an espresso machine is too much power for the battery. Mukka it is. At least the laptop, cell etc can be used when "roughing" it. Oh well, i tried. i'm sure the mukka will be as good, if not better, than my electric.
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Old 08-14-2008, 08:45 PM   #30
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It may not be as good as what you're used to, but the ambiance of the campground will make up for any minimal shortcomings, I'm sure. You know, "everything tastes better when you're camping"!!

And, yeah, it's funny how the "solar issue" morphed into a cappucino issue. (That sort of thing just happens around here... There's quite a bit of discussion about making coffee in the Food section; not so much about steaming the milk for the cappucino or latte, though.)

And Ron Mayo just posted (in our Modifications section) pics of his recent 12v outlet installation.

Good luck with it... (I'm sure you'll do fine.)
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It may not be as good as what you're used to, but the ambiance of the campground will make up for any minimal shortcomings, I'm sure. You know, "everything tastes better when you're camping"!!

And, yeah, it's funny how the "solar issue" morphed into a cappucino issue. (That sort of thing just happens around here... There's quite a bit of discussion about making coffee in the Food section; not so much about steaming the milk for the cappucino or latte, though.)

And Ron Mayo just posted (in our Modifications section) pics of his recent 12v outlet installation.

Good luck with it... (I'm sure you'll do fine.)
Well, I just got back from camping and on a stressfull hot crazy day with 2 dogs running amuk and a few trailer "issues" I can say that my morning latte was definately the HIGHEST, GREATEST, part of my day. Wouldnt go without it. Now i'll check out this 12volt set up before i get mine done-thanks
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Old 08-21-2008, 11:19 AM   #32
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Hi Cyndi,

Did you get the Mukka? If so, do you like it.
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