So, I'm taking a semi-spontaneous 2 day trip up the gulf coast from my home in Seminole to Cedar Key today. I'm doing a max charge as we speak, and the only viable charging options near my destination are RV parks. They have a few spots where we chose to stay, but they are charging me $50 for a day. Maybe they'll reduce it when we get there and explain we only need it for a few hours, but if that means they have to turn someone in an RV away, I can understand charging the full peak season rate. It's still less than the tank of gas it would take in our ICE truck. It's not quite as adventurous distance-wise as my trip to Miami a few months ago, but Miami was definitely not the public charging wasteland I'm heading into today. Cedar Key is about 140 miles from home, so I have no range anxiety about getting there, just about getting back. And I barely have any about that, really. Luckily temps are rising again after our last cold snap put us into the 50's at night... I just got my lifetime average wh/mi down one more to 312, so hopefully I can maintain or contribute to reducing it even further with this trip. I'll post updates today through Friday for anyone who cares to read along!