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Low Cost low voltage Lighting.
The rest is pretty self explanatory. None the less, notice the washer fastened to the ceiling to hold the light in place by the magnet on the back and a hook or another wire works great as a safety hook in case the light gets knocked around. .
To help keep my cage cool I use a power converter to operate a Silenx micro fan which is designed to operate at 6 to 12 volts.
This picture shows how I have block the switch so I won't give them any more than 4.5 volts.
In this picture you may notice I've made a coil of copper tubing, (a little blurry,) I place a vented coffee can over as a secondary water heater which helps out a lot in the winter months when the water in the tanks are much colder and the external camp shower heater just doesn't do the job very well on its own.
I've been using an Iglue 5 day ice chest. Luckily they come with a garden hole drain fitting so I use a 3/4 inch hose adapter and reduced it down to 5/16 for a drain through the floor. When I put on the brakes, the excess water vacates automatically, which works fine in the winter. (5-7 days with block ice.) Helpful Hint: I made a insulating foam box to fit around it. That extra layer with my beater jacket covering the top helps.
My Synchro-link truck
This is camping out in style.
You would believe how many homeless people and surfers really dig this set-up. It's something like most guys around here would like take to Mexico.
My stove is Stainless steel with Brass Burners I bought it at Harbor Freight for $29.oo it came from India.
I get used to the fact that I always have sand in my shower tube. But a piece of foam works pretty good.
The way my tanks are set up.... You'd thanks me for how easy that are to clear out. The 7 gallon tanks were at Walmart for under $10 each. And they had a good price on the plumbers strapping I used to hang them with.