It looks like they offer an extra power pack boost, so I imagine adding a solar charger to recharge those batteries is somehow possible
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I saw that in someone else's blog. Luckily, the route I am looking into turns south and goes thru Gila Nat'l Forest and approaches Globe on 70 from the south east. Thanks for the location of that tunnel - I've been wondering if I would see it or not. Not is better!
What do you mean when you say you will have much harder climbs later on? Are you talking about specific areas on the southern tier?
That's odd- the ACA says palo verde has a population of 236 and quartzite 3400. Guess that shows the unpredictability of the desert. Brawley to Blythe is ~140 miles- only town between them is palo verde. Did you stay at camp sites?