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Electronics on the Road

Our experiences traveling with electronics, from communicators to tablets.

NMBL and I have a bunch of electronic devices for touring that gobble up electrons at a rapid rate. Most important is our helmet-comm system. We like to be in constant verbal contact as we ride to communicate hazards, hunger, and just the absolute beauty of the countryside we’re riding through. We’re also keen to put up blog updates and keep in contact with family when necessary. Like many people we do like our electron consuming devices.

Plugs don’t grow on trees. So how do we keep everything charged and happy while we’re riding around and camping in areas where there aren’t any electrical outlets? Well, read NMBL’s review of our charging gear for some insight. She’s got a rundown of our stuff and a bit on how we use it. We’ve definitely got some good stuff but could you imagine a light weight, flexible solar option that can be integrated into riding gear? We can… any solar cell engineers out there want to take up the challenge?

DES out.

Pacific Northwest Adventures: In the Beginning

25 March 2016, DES reporting.

Cozy now but didn’t get as far as we wanted to today.

We left home later than we’d planned, because of NMBL’s pressing need to repack (good results, though). The downside was that we hit that infamous Vancouver traffic and the dreaded border wait. Slow doesn’t even begin to describe the experience… note to self, self I said, don’t leave that late again! Get some shut-eye and get up bright and early. And no fiddling with packing.

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