- Feb 18, 2012
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Reminds me of what I did years ago cruising the country in my 1970’s camper van. Bought one of these window a/c unit units which worked like a charm in the electrified camping areas.Couldn't you just get a small Home Depot 110 volt AC window unit and run it in the camping area that has electricity?
I have no problem driving 30-1 hour even. Perhaps right now the hotels haven't opened up booking yet. If you look now say on Booking . com it shows booked all over that area. Like I said, we are in Vancouver and don't at all mind having to drive a bit and make an effort as we have never been before.The accommodations are not all booked for next year....I book a hotel in the Feb time frame. Now, how close do you want? If you want to "walk" to the airfield...ok. But, I drive 20-30 minutes to get to the field and have no trouble getting rooms.
I bet you could find a BnB if you look hard....but, it may be a 20-30 min drive in.
Clearly you didn't go into the Foreflight/Boeing fortress. The air was so strong in there it would blow your hat off if you walked over a vent.
Or the Garmin building, which was the coldest place on the grounds that I encountered. Felt like they had it down to low-mid 70s. Epic Aircraft was also nicely cooled, as well as the Embraer and Pilatus buildings.Clearly you didn't go into the Foreflight/Boeing fortress. The air was so strong in there it would blow your hat off if you walked over a vent.