After a range charge, we left Carlsbad Saturday afternoon, got stuck in LA traffic, and made it to Goleta (195 miles) where we stopped to have dinner and add a few electrons at the Robobank 70A charger (converted to J1722). I only have a single charger, so we went from about 40 miles range to about 75 in a little over an hour of eating sushi. Usage for this leg of the trip was ~310 w/mile. Arrived at place we're staying, El Capitan Canyon Cabins, with about 60 miles remaining. After sitting out in sub 40 degree temps, we were down to ~42 miles of range. Going to breakfast this morning, my wife noticed the driver of the Corona delivery truck gave us a big thumbs up, then he pulled over and motioned to us to stop. He got out of his truck and couldn't stop raving about the car. After a few minutes, I drove off and could see him just standing in the street for about 15 seconds. Ge was giddy with excitement! We visited the UCSB campus, and charged at the Chargepoint 205V/30A ($1/hr) charger for a few hours, and added another 35 or so miles. When we returned to the cabins, I took the car to the next door RV park which is associated with the cabins, and plugged into a free NEMA 14-50, and brought it up to about 180 miles of range, which should be good for the next few days of exploring and vampire losses. We're moving to plusher digs on Wednesday, and will top off before Saturday's return trip. I wasn't comfortable driving around with 40 miles range this morning, not knowing if the RV park would come through with the outlet like they said they would, but there are lots of charging options here, which alleviated most of the anxiety. Now, to find a self serve car wash to get the dust off the car, it's filthy with all of the off-roading!