Do we camp in the car in a shed..Ok.. my digs have improved since picture was taken
FOR SALE: More than a quarter of the properties on the Gold Coast’s exclusive Sovereign Islands are in the market. Source:The Courier-Mail
An air conditioning unit at a remote Afghanistan outpost takes a gallon of fuel, which soon goes in the searing 125degree heat.
This has to be shipped into Karachi, then driven 800 miles over 18 days to the war-torn country on atrociously bad roads.
‘And you’ve got risks that are associated with moving the fuel almost every mile of the way,’ Steven Anderson, a retired brigadier general who served as General David Patreaus’ chief logistician in Iraq, told National Public Radio (NPR).
Fuel convoys remain key targets for attack, and according to Anderson, more than 1,000 troops have died while delivering vital supplies. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2008422/U-S-military-spends-cool-20billion-air-conditioning-annually-Iraq-Afghanistan.html#ixzz1t7UPsXOK
. While contrasts here just as outrageous. Luxury homes half built.
Three bedroom home for 850 to 1,500 per week.. and New Homes Rented at $2000 per week..
http://pubs.e-contentmanagement.com/doi/abs/10.5172/rsj.19.3.211 I did not purchase the article.. does not fit into my needs of general broadcasting of information.
So if I hit the road, follow the Grey Nomads How do I get the Luxury these Soldiers have … how do I??
Start by surveying your RV for appliances that run on 120 volts. The TV, microwave and other kitchen appliances generally require the most power but smaller appliances can add up. Most RV lights are 12 volt but some may be 120 volt. Your RV air conditioner is the biggest power user.