Chris and his friends Lindsey and Emma were going to see Aerosmith on Saturday.
Chris has a Sterling Edition, which means his cabinetry is silver. He also has one of the most tricked out electrical systems that we’ve ever seen. He has an Outback mobile inverter/charger that’s over 2,000 watts and is smart enough to know if he’s on shore power or battery. On top of that his outlets work no matter what type of power he’s running on. He doesn’t have separate inverter and shore power outlets like we do.
Chris has 400 watts of solar panels and 4 of the big Lifeline batteries. With the Outback inverter and those batteries he can actually start and run his air conditioner, though he’s only done it briefly a couple times.
We had a great time hanging out with the trio and hope to meet up with Chris again somewhere on the road.
2014 Cost of Camping:
126 night paid camping
105 nights free camping
231 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $3274.79
Daily average cost of camping: $14.18