Got to the markets and my watch was flat - so I got out the PK10SB and charged it up. Simple as that - dam I hate it when my watch goes flat. This Samsung seems to flat all the time but lucky for me I have solar charger. At the markets we dont have any power on the stall so we rely on our solar solutions to power up our devices.
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Morgs and Anita
Kept our internet going for hours
What a cracker - how good is this we need to run our Square device (Card reader) to take payments for our stall off the internet so we connected to the dongle. Our Samsung tablet does not have a sim card. Sunday market at Cleveland runs from 7am to 1pm somewhere between 7 and 7,30 we plugged it into our awesome little PK12w mini solar generator. 1pm still going with 4 bars on the power indicator - it used very little power see video below.
What am I charging now
We were charging – Ipad pro, HTC mobile phone, Samsung Tablet, and a whopping 20000 mAh power bank. NICE!
When we are away and camping the mobile phone, laptop, GoPro, Camera, and tablet – that’s just my stuff. Then the kids, Grandkids all of their gear needs charging too. It is soooo taxing on the system/
Not anymore we now have dedicated charging for mobile devices including powerbanks to back up some storage in case of overcast days. It really doesn’t get much better than that. The PK48w is so compact and light it takes up no room or does it ad to our weight calculation. The PK12w with built in 10,000mAh storage just goes on the dashboard of the car to keep charged.
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Good morning and hi to everyone
I have been having this morning brew for some time now and am loving it – Our infused Apple Cider Vinegar with a little attitude and the Mother, carrot and beetroot (organic of course), Turmeric and honey – what a picturesque venue to be enjoying my morning brew this morning. On the deck of holiday house in Wooli a sleepy little awesome fishing village on the central coast of NSW.
Dukkah Crumbed Chicken
Yep it was delicious homemade breadcrumbs and red spicer dukkah mixed 50/50 (in the video is says 2/3rds breadcrumbs but Anita corrected me and it is not) and applied to chicken pieces. We used Greek Yoghurt to hold the crumb on whilst it cooked – worked a treat and tasted delicious.