I would like to connect with one or more New England area owners who have a Tesla but cannot charge at home for one reason or another. In my case, I live in a condo with a surface parking lot and no practicable location to add a charger. And my condo association is not (yet) enthusiastic about spending money for a charging facility for me or others to use. Fortunately for me, I thought, Tesla just opened a store and service center in my town not more than 2 miles from my house. So until just about the time I finally ordered my 70D, I had expected I could charge there, or at a level 2 Chargepoint charger nearby. But just about the time I ordered, there was the now-famous memo about local charging at superchargers and all the ensuing discussion here and on other forums. I do not want to re-hash that but I'd like to connect, maybe privately, with some folks who live in the area and have managed through the winter. I am mainly concerned about the winter because I am likely to use the car less, and because it seems clear that is the most challenging time for the battery to be left without being plugged in. And that is why I posted in the New England section of the forum -- looking for people with similar weather. So I would like to find out if others in my situation have been able to manage through the winter without home charging. Although Tesla says it is best to have your car plugged in when not in use, people also say that the car can go a long time without charging when left parked, even in winter. (See Bjorn Nyland's videos for examples of his leaving a car for 30 days, unplugged, while he takes a vacation.) Thanks in advance.