Join Date: May 2016
Location: Oxnard, CA
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Thank you for sharing your experience and build. We just purchased a used Transit to replace our Tacoma with a Flipac and will take delivery next week, I hate negotiating, and then a inaugural trip to El Puerto Chico and Sayulita. The only "conversion" we will have time for is a air mattress and a new cooler before leaving.
Your thread and blog package a large amount of information and we will use it for planning ours.
If you are ever in the Colorado area you have a place to park and people to guide you to biking trails and some backcountry stashes..
Looking forward to seeing what your cooktop selection will be.
Everyone is using solid plywood for cabinetry and I was wondering if you have researched foam cored ply or could shed light on why it isn't used? We were considering it to keep weight down.
Are you going to climb at El Puerto Chico? That is one of my favorite places! I haven't heard of Sayulita. According to MountainProject it is where all the kooks from CO go to surf (no offense intended - that's just what it looks like
tschwartz: got it.
So, looks like 50deg w. slight ventilation generated considerable humidity with the MrBuddy, correct?
Wondering how much ventilation would be required to minimize humidity from that unit?
Note: there is a thread on this site (I believe) were dehumidifiers are discussed. Not sure if rate would match that of Mrbuddy humidity generation.
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