. I did the trip without gas and stopped 243 times to charge
Can't resist, you guys are having all the fun. You do realize that everytime you stop and charge up they can track you and TAX you. Just part of the plan.
No stone tools either, that disrupts the environment.
Also, this is the truth Dann. There are beaches in E. Maine that they used to haul stone off of by the truck load to make concrete for bridges, etc. Now there are signs everywhere that is illegal to take the rocks from the beach. ANY beach. Funny, that beach they hauled untold truckloads off of doesn't look one bit different then it did before they started. After some big storms the rocks disappear, and then they come right back in the next one. the ocean makes rocks daily.
One of the really dumb things is the fall die-off of seaweed. There will be windrows 2 ft. deep of it for miles on the beach. It is super for the garden and for generations people used hayforks and filled trucks with it and tilled it into the gardens in the fall. Now there are whacked out liberals running around trying to stop it. And they are the ones that want everything to be organic!
as coalnewbie says,