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Old 04-13-2015, 06:27 PM   #43
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I never use a genny. I opted for solar at less cost.
Any generator running at any time of my day is really disturbing.
I choose to be this way because I admire nature.
Honda owners are worst because they think I never here them. But I do and running a generator past my bedtime is an insult to me and others.
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Understand, when boon docking I run my Honda late afternoon for a couple of hours.
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:24 PM   #45
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Can solar run your air conditioners? I am debating the spending the $ for solar but I didn't think it was capable of running the AC. Correct me if I am wrong.
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I cannot afford to pay the fuel required to run the AC.
Why would I even think about it.
We sleep without AC in 80+ last night in Titusville Fl. It was 102 this morning. No AC now.
We are having a great time roughing it here in Florida the last few weeks on our way home.
BTW my unit is white and not a dark oven. So is my truck.
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Thanks Laurent for clearing that up. 102* is a warm start to the day. Makes me think of lemonade and a shade tree.
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102 degrees in Titusville!!!
Is that jet blast from a rocket launch?
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My truck sure felt it. No so hot today.
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