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Old 06-09-2021, 10:34 AM   #221
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Glad to see you out and using it, Got to love the Oregon coast.

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Old 06-09-2021, 08:11 PM   #222
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Glad to see you out and using it, Got to love the Oregon coast.

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Thanks Greg! Your electrical system performed flawlessly! I sure loved how the batts just kept going and going and going.
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Old 06-09-2021, 10:25 PM   #223
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Man, I love your setup--so many great ideas, and well implemented! I couldn't agree more on the heater though, a real game changer for the shoulder seasons.

Question about your window covers, do you consider the light leakage around them an issue? We've been working on our covers lately, and I wonder if we're overthinking the need for zero light leakage.
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Man, I love your setup--so many great ideas, and well implemented! I couldn't agree more on the heater though, a real game changer for the shoulder seasons.

Question about your window covers, do you consider the light leakage around them an issue? We've been working on our covers lately, and I wonder if we're overthinking the need for zero light leakage.

Thanks, Kibo. Thereís just the smallest amount of light coming in with a couple of the shades. I got tired of being quite so exacting. But it hasnít been a problem at all. And for us, sleeping upstairs, itís completely black-dark, especially where we camp. Maybe if youíre sleeping in a city or some big parking lot. But I just havenít felt the amount of light was significant enough to worry about. Most of my edges are overlapping the trim by nearly an inch. Have fun!
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