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Gone With the Wynns: First time sailing

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(March 7, 2016) -- We had one last hurrah in Texas where we carved out quality time with family, picked up right where we left off with friends and Jason served his jury duty like a good citizen. Now we’re on a mission to drive the 1324 miles from Ft. Worth, Tex. to Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

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Gone With the Wynns: Off the grid — How RV solar works

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(Feb. 29, 2016) -- We’re no “solar experts” but we practically have our PHD in trial and error. When we take on a complicated subject, such as off-the-grid solar applications, we research online, call the manufacturers of the products and take in as much information as we possibly can.

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Gone With the Wynns: Off grid solar powered RV air conditioning

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(Feb. 18, 2016) -- Since we shared our very first RV solar video we’ve been asked the same question over and over: Can I run my air conditioner with all that solar power? We’ve always responded with a “no” since we felt it wasn’t realistic based on the battery banks and inverters we’ve had in our previous motorhomes.

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Gone With the Wynns: Our 960 watt RV solar install

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(Jan. 25, 2016) -- Getting a crappy solar install however will cost you time and money with no benefit in return! We’ve had 4 different solar setups on three different RVs over the years and to be brutally honest: Many RV Solar installers don’t always know what they’re doing…even when they claim they do!

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Gone With the Wynns: The Cassiar, Hyder and goodbye Alaska

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(Jan. 5, 2016) -- It’s hard to believe we’re officially on our last stretch of this big RV road trip to and from Alaska. Seeing the Northern Lights was our last big bucket list item. It was that last big check mark on our mental list and knowing we’re starting the trek towards the lower 48 that has us at a literal and proverbial crossroads.

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