Well I start Sunday the 18th on my new adventure of working full time as a campground host at the Covered Bridge Campground on the Kangamaugus Highway in NH.
I will be working 5 days on and 2 off exept on holiday weeks and it being a dry campground, I am a little concerned about how I am to keep dry and warm on rainy spells that last more then a few days.
Everyone tells me if I run my furnace
I will only have about 48 hours of battery
I will be camping in a Boler
1300 and always on weekend trips us to say to the wife I could full time in this but now it time to put my money where my mouth is.
I will be looking into a 15W solar panel
just to keep the battery
up to snuff but I need to see if enough sunlight hits the site I will be camping at first so until then I will just use the battery
I use to do trail hiking for weeks at a time sleeping in a small pup tent but that was 15 years ago so if I need to be a minimalist I can (just don't want to too much, anymore).
I know there is no cell phone coverage where I am going so the hard part will be not having contact with the wife, as she will be working and staying home, but she will come up and stay on her days off so in reality I will see her 4 days a week.
Any suggestions on what I need to be concerned about other then the battery situation???
Gerry the canoebuilder
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