Re: Triangle lake Wednesday
I thought you might have used lights on top of the motor to check the charge, a crude but still useful "gauge" -- or does that model not have them? As you discovered, you can motor a long time if you slow down. :o)toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On 4/22/2021 10:02 AM, Josh wrote:
I haven't picked up a voltmeter yet so you can bet it was a constant nagging at my mind wondering if I was using too much power. I did mostly stay on 1 or 2 but sometimes the wind forced me to use 3 or 4 to be able to keep going the right way, and a little on 5 just to see how fast she'd go.--
I have always a sacred veneration for any one I observe to be a little out of repair in his person, as supposing him either a poet or a philosopher; because the richest minerals are ever found under the most ragged and withered surface of the earth. (Jonathan Swift)
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