We want to use our microwave when we are boondocking in Cocoon, our Casita travel trailer. We need an inverter for that but do not want to add a new load to our single 100-amp-hour house battery.
One fuel tank, two uses. When space is limited having gear that is dual-use is critical. We need and external fuel tank for the generator at base-camp and a spare fuel can for Campbell on excursions.
The Gobi rack we ordered earlier this year was installed today. It increases the cargo space in Campbell so we can carry all of the safety and off-road gear we need.
Here are some things we learned about Campbell and our needs on longer adventures. We started in Florida with stops in Tennessee, Illinois, Missouri, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and Mississippi.
You should know the actual weight of your fully-loaded off-road vehicle. A big reason is to make sure you aren’t exceeding the maximum rating. You also need the loaded weight before you modify the suspension, buy tires, and set tire-pressures.
The first version of Backroad Raspberry is released. In this article, we will walk through installing it onto the hardware that we built in the last post. Let’s get going!