Rocky mountain sunset.
9/3/2022 08:02:07 pm
Sounds like you should be well content on your travels.
9/3/2022 09:25:29 pm
So far I'm real happy with the Lance, it's doing everything I need it to do, and I think before the winters over, me and the Lance will bond... Or I will find out I've made an expensive mistake, but right now I think were gonna bond.
9/4/2022 08:53:52 am
I agree that the catalytic heaters are the way to go. I have a olympian wave heater in my trailer and it is the go to when we boondock. I also had a Mr. Buddy that I used before we installed the wave. RV dealers in Oregon would not install the wave as the fire marshall had a prohibition against it. All you have to do is open a window and vent to protect ones self. I also have a carbon monoxide alarm. So I installed it myself after ordering it over the internet. A lot more efficient than the power hog gas heater that is built in.
9/4/2022 09:32:37 am
I've always felt that if you want to be a happy, comfortable, long-term boondocker, the first thing on the list of needs is as many solar panels as you can fit on the roof. Number two on that list would be as many lithium iron batteries as you can afford. And number three is a propane radiant heater.
9/4/2022 12:20:50 pm
I've probably said this before but I learned to ask "where would I look for this?" rather than "where should I put this?" when finding a home for new things. It made living in a small space much easier.
9/4/2022 01:08:32 pm
That makes a lot of sense Linda, "where would I look for this?" Fits right in with my normal lifestyle since I forget where I put things immediately after finding a place for them. I will set up the Lance with that in mind.
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