They've got their upsides (independent, self-cleaning, don't bark at squirrels) and downsides (aloof, cr_p in a box, attack shoes at random).+
What blows me away is that people spend actual money to have a cat around.
..sorry about that cat people
I've never had a sense of smell that's by any means acute - I'd say it's well below average - and even to me the stench of the sugar glider is just too much.What's not to love about a flying rat? (sugar glider)
I'm guessing a Coleman lantern using car gas
I find if you also crumple up some tinfoil and pu that in the jarr you can trap more sunlight as it just bounces around inside the ball and seems to help when you open it back up.If you line a jar with tin foil you can just capture the sunlight during the day & open it at night to let the light out.
Just make sure you have the shiny side facing inwards. If you use a really big jar It'll shine longer.
pictures or it doesn't count.Solar-to-LiFe PO4 power center battery (enough thread drift)
For car camping and charging my 2 battery e-mountain bike when hunting and exploring mining ghost towns here in Nevada I have a 220 watt Off Grid TREK foldable solar "blanket" that secures to the roof of my SUV via cable locks. It charges a BLUETTI AC200 MAX Li Fe PO4 (lithium iron phosphorus, not Li-ion) storage battery. Or I can lay the solar "blanket" in my backyard to charge the BLUETTI storage battery at home.
Yeah, this system is initially spendy at just over $1,700. for each of the 2 parts. But it is totally reliable and will power my home freezer/fridge for 2 days AND charge several of my rechargeable lanterns, headlamps and flashlights.
The Li Fe PO4 battery is FAR less likely to catch fire than a Li-ion battery and, though 15% heavier, can deliver 3,500 charge/discharge cycles as opposed to the Li-ion's 800 cycles.