There’s a common myth that seems to be associated with when and where you’re able to watch your TV on the go. Some questions we often hear are “Can I only watch with the DISH® Wally Receiver and antenna when I’m camping?” “Will it work at my Ice House?” “Can I use this at my hunting shack?” and the answer to all of these questions is YES! And not only can you watch HDTV in campgrounds or structures where there’s likely Some wi-fi signal, but you can watch any time, any where, no matter if you have signal or not. Think we’re exaggerating? Here are 24 unexpected places you probably wouldn’t think You could watch HDTV on the go.
The Rocky Mountains
The Mojave Desert
The middle of nowhere between Green River, UT & Salina, UT (the longest stretch of road where the slogan is “No Bull, No Service for 110 Miles”) Note: You’ll need an In Motion Antenna to do so.
The Grand Canyon
Your Front Yard
Your Back Yard
A Tree House
A Converted Bus
A Coach Bus
A Regular Van
In Your Ice House
Inside (or outside of) Your Cabin
In a State or National Park
Next to Paul Bunyan
By The World’s Largest Ball Of Twine
World’s Largest Bottle of Catsup (yes, 'catsup')
In a Pop-up camper
A 5th Wheel
On an ATV (if it’s parked in the garage of your Toy Hauler)
At a Race Track
At A Football Game
To quote the great, late, Johnny Cash "I've been to Reno, Chicago, Fargo, Minnesota, Buffalo, Toronto, Winslow, Sarasota, Wichita, Tulsa, Ottawa, Oklahoma, Tampa, Panama, Mattawa, La Paloma Bangor, Baltimore, Salvador, Amarillo, Tocopilla, Barranquilla, and Padilla" and guess what. He could have probably had even MORE fun had he taken a DISH Bundle with him (in the continental US, of course).
And to think, this is just the START of where you can catch up on your favorite shows! This list is just the tip of the ice berg! Use your imagination (& your chosen mode of transportation) to see where the adventures of watching HDTV will take you.