Formerly racing around the country.
- Nov 7, 2010
It's getting close.
It's getting close.
Melissa, So happy you have a camper. It almost looks like our 1st (Rockwood). Loved to see the pictures of how big the kids have grown. Glad your crops did well this year. I know you will be like to have your home finished. We built ours & you get to a point where you are tired on working on it, but at the end it is all paid for. Our Lower had great Disney stuff! Wanted to buy it all. Can't wait to read all about your trip!
They will continue to work, the only issue is when the internal battery dies you lose the ability to read from long range. Then you would not get video on rides, or pictures automatic added to Photopass. They will continue to work on touch points even after the battery dies.In the past I have taken all of our old bands and used different ones on different days. I always checked to make sure they worked to open room door and if they did I never had any problems getting into the parks. Also make sure they are still showing up on MDE. I guess you could try them out on the laundry door at the comfort station.
Ah, coffee. I was thinking everything except the A/C and microwave work off battery power. I didn't consider the coffee maker.I want my coffee in the mornings!
He was going to make a box and mount it on the back, but decided to go with the easiest route and just put it in the back of the truck.
That's the cool thing about most campers. All the essentials run off 12 volt (battery) and/or propane. Water pump, furnace, refrigerator, water heater, lights, slides. Running all those things shouldn't drain the battery on the trip down. The battery should also charge off the truck while you're connected. Now A/C, microwave, TV and coffee need the generator.I had to ask hubby about the generator. He says the battery will only power the slide out and lights. Nothing that plugs in or it drains the battery down.