We’re going camping a lot this year towing a 19’ Travel Trailer. We’re not expecting to get much more than 200KM while towing and most of our stays will be at somewhat remote off-grid campgrounds. Charging infrastructure will be limited at best and at worst, non-existant. We have the adaptors to charge at serviced campsites but the only one we booked this year so far that had services just blew a transformer and will not have power for our stay (because...of course). So we decided as a backup we’d upgrade our little 2000w put-put to a 240v capable EU7000is Honda inverter generator. A bit pricey, and an absolute beast (both size and weight). We knew the 2000 couldn’t add a meaningful amount of charge especially how fast the X uses it towing, not to mention being limited to 4hr generator runtime a day. We felt this provided a bit of peace of mind despite it being a challenge to transport. We bought a 30A adaptor from twist lock(L14-30) to plug-in style(14-30) and then the 14-30 adapter from Tesla for the UMC2. Because it’s 240v we didn’t even have to do the neutral-ground bond since it just uses the two hots. It worked immediately in eco mode and spooled up as the car ramped to the full 24A giving us a 6kw charge. As the title says, it feels wrong but also at the same time seems like a logical solution so we aren’t having to buy an ICE tow vehicle (along with the extra insurance and parking). We’ll utilize charging infrastructure as available and have solar on the trailer so generator power is really only there if we need it. Are we crazy?