Tag: astronomy

Extending Our Ability To Off-Grid RV

Extending Our Ability To Off-Grid RV

    We are hoping to get to some really dark skies for amateur visual astronomy.  We would like to spend time truly taking in some of the amazing geology of North America.  This is a picture of “Solar Hill” at the Cayuse Ranch in Wyoming.  This is where we are currently staying.  We’ve talked …

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A quick update on our MS-325 Solar Trailer

A quick update on our MS-325 Solar Trailer

Travis Semmes from Mobile Solar Services snapped a few pictures of our MS-325 solar trailer as it is being built. Our trailer is black in color to match the rest of our vehicles.  The trailer will be a little longer than the base model (in the other pictures).  If you look at the base model …

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The Journey Begins? What? Wait! First, you have to pick a rig.

The Journey Begins? What? Wait! First, you have to pick a rig.

Anyone who decides to play monopoly knows that the first critical step is deciding what token you will choose.  Much like President Trump’s power handshake, a token determines everything.  What will it be? Do you select one of the originals? Maybe you are sophisticated enough to select one of the new pieces. Either way, You …

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The journey begins

The journey begins

Drum roll please…..!!! After much deliberation, we have chosen a name for our blog….GeoAstroRV.com. It combines Geology, Astronomy and RV life into one title. I think John did a great job with it! We started out with GARVY (Geology and Astronomy RVjourneY), which morphed to GARVYlife, then OurGARVYlife. Much discussion ensued, and we decided on …

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