Tom, Leo and I do mostly dry camping (we will be gone for more than 2 weeks in October and 99% of that is dry camping).....yes we have a generator, but we are usually out sightseeing during generator hours......and we have been dry camping for so many years, it is just a force of habit to not watch TV, turn off unused lights, shut off the water pump when not being used, & conserve water. Right now we have all the overhead lights but one turned off in the living/kitchen area (that one has already been converted to LED) and we have LED motion lights in the bathroom and garage, as well as near the front door & rear doors (mounted under the stairwell area). The puck lights over the table need to be changed out for two reasons, heat and draw.....we'll sit for hours and play cards inside if the weather is bad outside!
For us to camp with hook-ups is a pure luxury
, which usually only happens if we go camping with friends or family!