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Inside The Off Grid Camper – living off the grid

A look inside the off grid camper where I will spend my summer to prove that you can go fully off the grid on a budget. Please donate:…
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19 replies on “Inside The Off Grid Camper – living off the grid”

Good job I enjoyed your video very much. The trailer may have a lot of
storage but you certainly made the most of what you had and added to it in
many ways! Big thumbs up.

good prog..composter is a puzzle …i am thinking a rear pull out for easy
transfer to the composting barrel..can’t find what i want yet …

looks like it will work out well for you, the stove with the water heater.
you will need a water pump,and a “t,p valve ( temperature,and pressure
relief valve) and also a place to dump the extra heat like the fan you have
but more efficient. but make sure you have the t,p valve just encase the
water gets to hot it will release the pressure.

Looks like a great place. As someone who lives in a tiny apartment I should
tell you that the secret is editing your stuff. At least once a year I look
over everything and try to find at least a box or two of junk to get rid
of. You should do that once a month for the first year.

Nice rig, but you really don’t want that propane tank inside. A vented
outside compartment would be ideal. Be safe, be happy.

I don’t get it. Your trying to prove what, to who? Your not “Living off the
grid”, your camping.

I use my phone to read on very often. But I like to have real paper
reference books. So much easier for me.

Good job, interesting, but now that you’re livin off the grid in your
camper, where do you park it and stay for cheap, and without being hassled ?

It’s hard to believe the fireplace itself wouldn’t produce enough heat to
run you out of there. What is the point of the water pump and heater core?
I could see this as a great idea if the fireplace were operated outside the
camper. Seems like pointless complexity inside.

yeah they are very nice they give you a lot of room inside. what I like
most about my RV the heater, refrigerators and the hot water heater can on
propane or electric. and has a build in gas power generator. for the days
is not sunny or a windy day to make my power and the gen can run every
thing in my camper too

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