My remark was aimed at the "people" Who run the generator all day for A/C. There is only 1 ADA campsite per campground in the SMNP and it's on a first come first serve basis. I'm saying eliminate ALL generator use except for medical reasons. Are you saying a person with medical disabilities should be denied PaRK access? But as you have seen, limit the use strictly.Get the ADA site since they normally have power.
Nope, but they need to also understand the needs of others to not be disturbed during the night and make appropriate arrangements.Are you saying a person with medical disabilities should be denied PaRK access?
Speaking of Jackeries, which one do you have? My wife is likely to get a CPAP in the near future and it'd be nice to still be able to use the non- electric loops.I need to use a CPAP, which can be a battery drainer. I had thought about getting a small generator to run the CPAP but I did not like the idea of running it all night. So if didn't have power on my site, I went without using the CPAP. A few years ago, my sister gave me a Jackery. Now I sleep very well.