We will be

Going Cordless!

In a new Roadtrek recreational vehicle. After six wonderful years in our 2008 190 Popular which we named Geraldine II, it is time to trade. We now have on order a 2016 Roadtrek 210 Popular. It is a newer one similar to this one at American RV, http://americanrv.com/rv-detail/2015-roadtrek-210-popular .

Several of the newer Roadtrek models offer the opportunity to operate “off the grid” or cordless. This means that one is no longer tethered to campgrounds. You can stop wherever it is legal to do so.

The team at Roadtrek under the leadership of Mr. Jim Hammill has developed this new technology which teams solar with advanced lithium batteries and controllers to provide the electrical power one needs for days at a time. Maybe even weeks depending on the model and ones electrical usage pattern.

While we will be sad to part ways with Geraldine II, we hope that her subsequent owners will experience many of the beautiful locations she has seen with us. We traded with American RV in Grand Rapids, MI. Robb and Chad there were great to work with, always replying to our emails with answers. If you want our 4WD Roadtrek I suggest you get in line early. 🙂

Should you wish to view some of the views and locations Geraldine II has made possible for us visit our blog, ozarksphotos.wordpress.com . We hope you enjoy it and it gets your “traveling fever” up.

Travel safe!

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2008 190P 4WD Roadtrek
Sent from my Gold iPad Air 2www.OzarksPhotos.com
https://ozarksphotos.wordpress.com for our blog about our travels

About ozarksphotos

Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me. I also have a Web site with many images taken in North America. OzarksPhotos.com .
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