‘It’s like a vacation’: One woman’s story of the sun for sale

“I had this suitcase and I loved it,” said Rachel Wigler, who moved to the Pacific Northwest from New York City in 2008.

“She was looking for a place to store it when she heard about the SunPort SolarPort Classic. “

She got in touch with SunPort, and by September, she had already spent more than $1,000 on the portable solar charging system. “

She was looking for a place to store it when she heard about the SunPort SolarPort Classic.

She got in touch with SunPort, and by September, she had already spent more than $1,000 on the portable solar charging system.

The system costs less than $500 and plugs into a solar panel, but it takes two batteries to charge it.

Wigler said she’s not looking to sell the suitcase, but she wants to keep it with her in case of emergencies.

She said she is in the process of moving the suitcase to a permanent spot, possibly a garage or a storage shed, but the solar charger will still be with her.”

I just like to keep the memories of the trip alive, and to keep them in a safe place,” she said.

Wigley’s suitcase has been a part of her life for three decades.

It has a built-in battery that will be needed to charge the solar panel.

Wigs suitcase has also been a regular source of entertainment.”

I’ve always been an electrician, so it was nice to have that, and the batteries were just amazing,” she added.

Wigs suitcase has also been a regular source of entertainment.

She was on the road with her son, but that’s no longer the case.

She said the suitcase was a big source of pride for her.WIGLEY: “I’m like a little kid, and every time I would get home, I would see the kids playing in the carport and I would think, ‘Well, if they can play in my suitcase, then maybe I can play at home.'”