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rbertalotto

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About rbertalotto

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  • Birthday 02/10/1953

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    massachusetts
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    museums, motorcycles, shooting, travel

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  1. I stayed in Q for a couple weeks two years ago. Loved it! The sky at night, the wildlife, ATV riding......Isolation...Just can't be beat! Will be going back this year for a few weeks.
  2. Im so glad I jumped into this whole streaming thing years ago. I travel around the country from Jan to May and have never experienced not being able to stream video. Even on BLM land in the middle of nowhere. AT&T TV with 150+/- channels @ $60mo, T-Mobile hotspot in a Unite Explore, with unthrottled, unlimited for AT&T TV, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, etc $36.16mo, AT&T Mobley Sim in a Unite Explore with unthrottled, unlimited for AT&T TV $23.49 Verizon Grandfathered unlimited plan on phone $55mo Total = $174.65 My AT&T and T-Mobile hot
  3. EASILY the best streaming deal on planet earth! For $23.49 a month, all in!!! I go over 200Gb monthly with no issues. I have had the SIM in a Unite Explore for years. No issues.
  4. I needed a utility trailer and what better time to build one that during isolation......Here is an article I published to my web page with lots of pictures. Hope you enjoy it. http://rvbprecision.com/rv-projects/tent-trailer-to-utility-trailer-a-covid-project.html
  5. Within the next 18 months to two years we will all be streaming TV from Elon Musk’s satellites. I recently returned a box full of cable TV boxes and I’m now steaming all video content. Comcast Cable internet at home and AT&T and TMobile hotspots on the road.could not be happier. Hated paying that huge cable bill every month. wrote an article on my web page shout streaming video on the road www.rvbprecision.com
  6. This fellows web site and his forum are easily one of the best places for all things solar and LIFO batteries....you could learn a bunch visiting
  7. Reminds me of the quote...."The difference between two wheel drive and four wheel drive....is four wheel drive gets you stuck in worse places!" They make "Land Anchors" to use as winch attachment points if there is nothing else to attach to. Thery look an awful lot like a Danforth boat anchor. They work great except when you are on a hunting trip in Montana and the temperature has been zero for over a week. And you can't dig a hole to bury your land anchor! Don't ask me how I know! The best winch for a large motor home might be the type that uses a hydraulic motor run off your power
  8. And WHY you ask is this a game changer?
  9. I HIGHLY recommend this very inexpensive suitcase system. Amazed at the performance so far! http://rvbprecision.com/rv-projects/adding-more-solar-to-existing-system-portable-panels.html
  10. I just bought a new laptop and didn't want to pay a yearly fee for MS Office. This laptop has "Open Office 4.1.6" It opens and manipulates all MS Office documents and has a VERY similar look to MS Office So far it has been a great replacement for MS Office and no yearly fee
  11. I spend three months a year in the Southwest. Boondocking 90% of the time. The rest of the year I’m at various gun clubs competing in cowboy action shooting. Rarely ever ne’er a big city. i have NEVER been without streaming TV services. Never! i wrote http://rvbprecision.com/rv-projects/tv-in-a-rv-a-how-to.html A couple good unlimited internet plans, a WeBoost cellular amplifier and sometimes a 16’ mast with a high gain antenna.......an app on your phone to show where cell towers are located. its a little bit of work.....but a happy wife is a happy life
  12. Tents....tent trailer.....a whole bunch of truck campers......all used as a means to an end. Never did any campground camping. RV was used to attend events....motorcycle, car racing, shooting..... few years ago I got involved with Cowboy Action Shooting. These are mostly weekend events all over the country. The truck camper was just about perfect. Towing a motorcycle trailer. And then my wife decided she wanted to participate in the sport of CAS. She would not even enter the truck camper. No toilet, no shower, no bathtub. So I needed a trailer.....a toy hauler.....but not too big...
  13. Are you suggesting that one 100w panel satisfies all your electrical needs? If so, good for you. You are indeed a minimalist. Not a bad place to be. i didn’t obtain “no hookup nivana” unltil I installed 420w and two 110Ah AGM batteries. And even then, on a series of cloudy days or if parked in a forest with too much shade, I need to start the Honda 2000 for a few hours. we all have different “needs” and wants. My wife and I use a lot of internet while traveling and the TV is almost always on for new, sports and movies. If you don’t need any of this while traveling, you mig
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