Yes, I broke down, ordered a 2019 [email protected]
400 Boondock Lite. I took possession yesterday, camping in it last night.
My plan is to sell my house, get rid of about 2/3rds of my possessions (pretty much already done), move the rest into a storage garage and travel full time in the [email protected]
400 for about 5 years. I figure it will take that long to really investigate all of the 49 continental states and the Canadian provinces and camp in all of them. I’m starting a new map for the 400.
I haven’t found anything I didn’t like about the 400...except I do need to read more about unhitching it. I’ll get it, trust me, I’ll get it done.
I did special order the [email protected]
400, ordering the simple single red line decal on the sides. I just really was not interested in the black geometric designs, and I love this simple design.
I have a 19” TV with built-in DVD player in the sitting/dining area because I just can’t watch TV from bed. I still have the 24” TV in the bedroom, but it won’t be used as much as the 19”. Also, while boondocking, the Jenson entertainment center is an energy hog, while a TV with a built-in DVD player isn’t.
I also ordered the 200 watt flexible Zamp solar package with a 30 amp solar controller. It has been working very well, keeping the 2-way fridge running very cold.
I had the factory install the Progressive Industries Surge Protection with EMS. It works! It sure seemed strange not to connect the portable Surge Protector to the pedestal first, but I’ll be better off with this system.
The Victron Battery Meter with the Bluetooth Dingle hasn’t been set up yet, but I’ll get “round tuit” over the next few days.
I absolutely love the Fantastic Fan 10 speed with remote! I used it last night after the Cool Cat got the temps down to the upper 70’s from almost 100* inside. I left the FF on all night on medium and it was so quiet—it’s a joy to have.
It sure made it easier for the factory to install the AeroFlo vent cover for the FF—I really, really had to stretch to get the [email protected]
’s AeroFlow on it 3 years ago, and the [email protected]
400 is 12” wider.
While I haven’t taken photos of the insides....except my wonderful neighbors clowning around in it tonight...I have taken photos of the outside (they did not come in the order I wanted them, but it’s OK):
Taken this evening in my driveway.
The driver’s side from my driveway
A campground last night in Ohio
Last night in Ohio
My wonderful neighbors who put my trash out for me whenever I’m gone, regardless of whether there is anything in the 96 Gallon container or not! They also get my mail and call me if sometime might be amiss.
Yesterday in front of the nüCamp factory
Look closely. Mt [email protected]
S Max is in the background as I take a photo of my new [email protected]
400 Boondock Lite.
At a campground in Ohio last night.