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Old 04-29-2009, 02:38 AM
Location: Interior alaska
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Originally Posted by RayinAK View Post
I take mine to my campsite during moose season, and use it to light the campsite with a couple of floodlights, to charge batteries, etc. I have also used it twice in the middle of the night to work on moose we have killed. I have a grounding rod with me every time, to ground the generator, and a small tarp I can stretch over it from the trees if raining when working on the moose, plus three 250-watt water-tight floodlights positioned around the moose by the use of blue-color extension cords.
That works well when the bears sneak up on you, they like a well lighted kill...
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