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    Coffee Snobs Road Trip Guide

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    Hey fellow CSs,

    Weve been thinking here in the office that we should/could collectively get together and produce a downloadable road trip guide for CSs that would show locations of such important things as power points that would allow the making of refreshing drinks along the way (see Bullitt and Rayzurheds road trip epic elsewhere in this section). :)

    Or perhaps rig up some of those solar panels with 240V inverters, and make them available ;)

    Any thoughts, or am I barking up the wrong tree ;D ;D ;D

    Bullitt - who loves new travel ideas

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    Re: Coffee Snobs Road Trip Guide

    Well for a starter (depending on how many coffees you consume along the way) *youll probably need access to this:

    http://www.toiletmap.gov.au/

    Its nice to know some of our tax dollars are being well spent.

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    Re: Coffee Snobs Road Trip Guide

    Perhpas a toilet map is all that is needed! Powerpoints are often on the back wall :o
    So Ive heard :-?
    RH

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    Re: Coffee Snobs Road Trip Guide

    Of course, you could just purchase one of those nifty little generators that Honda makes. They are so quiet and are the best ones for domestic appliances! ;) No need to search for powerpoints as you are carrying one with you!

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    Re: Coffee Snobs Road Trip Guide

    Quote Originally Posted by scoota gal link=1160456627/0#3 date=1160469554
    Of course, you could just purchase one of those nifty little generators that Honda makes. They are so quiet and are the best ones for domestic appliances! ;) No need to search for powerpoints as you are carrying one with you!
    Hmmm, lets assume for a minute that your travelling on a motorbike, or in a small car, you could fit Rocky and Silvia in at a pinch, but a generator might be stretching things a bit :(


    OTOH if your touring on the big island in a LARGE car/van or small truck, then a generator would sure make a difference ;)


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    Re: Coffee Snobs Road Trip Guide

    That or just build a coffee van :)

    ala problem solved I had a laugh

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    Re: Coffee Snobs Road Trip Guide

    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    Some generators are only the size of a medium sized tool box, Bullit. ;)

    And if youre on a bike, then youre either going to have a Presso, like Andy had for Phillip Island or you are just going to have to risk the coffee that is made at various towns and cities! :D

    However, I will admit to having the Rocky in the top bag of my scooter as I was taking it to work! So, I can confirm that you can at least get a grinder on board! ;D



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