When I started this new blog I thought that I would transfer the material here from the old one, but I’ve changed my mind and will now only shift the content that may be of interest as short articles when time allows. At the moment I’m trying to get to grips with the intricacies of WordPress, the software with which I’m writing this blog.
We are preparing for another outing, one that will include going off-grid for the first time when we use a temporary holiday site (THS). Although I installed a solar roof panel to our van a while back its only duty so far has been to keep our battery charged when the van is in storage. I suppose it has done that while we have been on tour as well, but we have only used sites with electric hook up so far. This time we will be relying on sunlight and gas to operate the caravan.
Up to now we have used a Calor Lite gas cylinder but I have recently taken the decision to replace this with a Safefill refillable cylinder since Calor are withdrawing that range. That apart, one other reason for the change is that I can more easily see how much gas is left rather than having to rely on the tiny indicator on the Caller Lite cylinder.
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