Originally Posted by k9jackie
Well that's a little bit of a disappointment… A lot of the dog shows don't have electricity so I'm not sure I've bought the right RV for what I want to do… I want to be able to dry camp for three days with AC since I have dogs with a lot of hair. I guess I could refill On propane after 24hrs but that means breaking down, finding LP and setting up again. Ugh!
Your best bet— in my opinion— is this:
1 - Get a hitch-mounted cargo tray.
2 - Get a Honda gasoline-powered generator. Carry it on the cargo tray.
3 - Get some portable fuel cans, enough to run the Honda generator for three days. Carry them on the cargo tray as well.
4 - At the dog show, hook up the gasoline-powered generator to the shore power inlet.
5 - Run your rooftop A/C for as long as you need.
You should allow the gasoline-powered generator to cool down before refueling, so when it needs to be refilled, switch to the on-board Onan generator for an hour or so until you can safely add more fuel to the portable generator.
Unfortunately, cwf's idea of having a larger propane cylinder isn't practical because transferring the propane from the portable DoT cylinder to your built-in ASME tank is something you're not licensed to do.