Savannah wrote:You are unlikely to hassled by law enforcement unless they can see (or smell) something illegal going on
weather man wrote:Savannah wrote:You are unlikely to hassled by law enforcement unless they can see (or smell) something illegal going on
Agree.They've got plenty to do without targeting people for no reason. Just don't be stupid.
Regarding the solar thing- anything that requires heat can usually be accomplished much more efficiently by fire (propane, coleman fuel, etc)
Save the solar/12v battery for the other stuff- fans, LED lights, evaporators, AA battery charger.
Oh... and welcome. See you there!
there is no such thing as Medical Marijuana exemption in NV).
Ano wrote:The best advice I can give you, is this.
Expect your monkey hut to fall apart, your power to never work, your tent to mysteriously grow legs and disappear, and your bike tires to fall off.
VanEmmen wrote:I am a virgin burner and look forward to the playa 2012. I have done much research and have come to a conclusion on the setup of my camp. I plan on camping solo, so total self reliance is my goal. For my shade structure I plan on constructing a 14 x 30 monkey hut per the posts I have read here on eplaya. I am camping in a coleman 8 x 14 dual room tent with zippered closures for all screened windows. Back room for sleeping.....going to keep it zipped tight when not in use to keep the dust down. Front room will be staging area for coolers...my bike when not in use...etc etc. I am seriously considering a solar panel set up with a solar battery for night time power so I can inflate my air mattress....blend margaritas....electric skillet....light up my monkey hut at night....and share power with neighbore. I have also extensively researched plans for swamp coolers and plan to use one of these to make my living space more comfortable during the heat. What I am looking forward to is any advice from veterans that will be useful.....I have open ears
VanEmmen wrote:Thank you for letting me know that the converter wont work for my electric grill/blender......I will invest in a decent stove or burner.
illy dilly wrote:You really are the king Fig Jam!!!VanEmmen wrote:Thank you for letting me know that the converter wont work for my electric grill/blender......I will invest in a decent stove or burner.
If your just cooking for you, I'd recommend one of these cheap burners (burner not Burner, we're not cheap people).
Obviously the propane tanks are sold separately but they are cheap too.
FIGJAM wrote:Plans for camp?
Oh, sumpin like this I suppose.........
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