Endless Breeze

July 28, 2014  |  curtis

We’re lucky to be plugged in during the heatwave so we can have the air conditioning going all day.

outside-temp

However, when I made dinner tonight the temperature inside the trailer spiked.

inside-temp

Fortunately, we have the Endless Breeze 12V Fan by Fan-Tastic Vent.

When we first bought the fan, we thought it was funny how often they mention pets on the packaging. I guess there’s truth in their advertising, since Curtie’s found a lot of relief by sitting in front of it.

2014 Cost of Camping:
126 night paid camping (thru 8/15)
101 nights free camping
227 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $3239.79
Daily average cost of camping: $14.27

 

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7 Comments


  1. I carry my endless breeze in my truck. Even when it seems cool enough to leave Jack, I put the fan on and open a window in the front and the little window in the back. Amazing how strong these fans are.

    When camping I always carried a big box fan with me. It’s not only good for keeping things cool under the awning, but it keeps mosquitos and other flying insects away.

  2. Way too hot! Thank goodness Curtis has a fan:)

    • I know! Right now there’s a 20 degree difference between inside and out, but later in the day it will be more like 15 as long as I don’t cook!

  3. I’m confused. Was the inside temp 93 degrees F even with the A/C on? Wow!

    • That’s right, the air couldn’t keep up once I cooked dinner. Yesterday it was 105 outside, and I didn’t cook dinner, but it still got to 93 inside.

      As long as the stove doesn’t go on, the air can usually keep it 15 degrees less inside, though yesterday it was a 12 degree difference.

  4. Thanks for keeping the boy cooler….amazed you are having such temps…

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