gobug said:You didn't mention a refrigerator. Is yours propane? I'm guessing the stove is propane.
I vote for solar. They make setups just for mobile homes.
I have solar/inverter and generator 3,500 watt onan.Genny is always last choice,like for making electric perk coffee its really the best way to go.And sometimes I actually need that genny power,so it IS nice to have.That said ,its loud,rough,and stinky.A last choice for me.But those little hondas and yamahas,they are NICE!And you can get older ones on ebay in the 250 dollar range that are still very quiet.I wish I had the 1000 bucks(approx.) to get a nice new one.They are so advanced and lightweight,really amazing!True sine wave output,just like your home power,in many cases even cleaner.Cygnet said:You can also get an inverter for your vehicle for around $40 to power anything that you must have and you can't get in 12v. Basically, it turns your vehicle into a generator.
...................try here.....http://www.bergey.com./amelia said:As long as the topic of solar has come up, does anyone know where would you would go to find a VERY BASIC explanation of how to put together a simple solar set-up? The explanations I've seen in the past are way too technical for me to even begin to understand what would be involved.