The built-in radio uses juice even when turned off. Better to pull the fuse and use a battery radio.
Same for the propane detector. That's a personal call, but with the strong captien (sp) that is in propane here, I'm OK with pulling that fuse, too.
Make sure the heater strip on your refrigerator is OFF. It will kill a battery fast.
We have the same coffee pot as Paul (pwb01). Love it. It is identical to the Mr. Coffee I have at home, so it's old familiar for me.
I went through the trailer and removed one of the 921 bulbs from every light fixture that has two of them. I then installed 194 bulbs. They are the same bulb as the marker lights on my Sunline, and are dimmer, but totally adequate for everything but reading. The brighter the bulb, the more drain on the battery.
On that subject, if the old budget permits, I am going to swap out all the interior bulbs for the LED versions - much lower consumption.
I also bought a three-pack of stick-on battery operated LED lights and put them in places that we'd most commonly want light late at night. No drain at all on the battery for a late night potty break...
The even twist off their mounting plate so you can carry them as a flashlight.
If you think about it, there are many more ways to cut battery consumption when dry camping. We dry camp at least 5 weeks a year so it's second nature to us.
But I have a C-PAP machine now that uses 12vdc. We'll have to see how that affects battery drain. We've made do with a single battery for quite a few years, but the C-PAP may force the addition of a second battery.
Your little solar unit may well keep your whole rig nicely charged up for the entire weekend is you practice some conservation on the battery drain. Set it up as soon as you get there, and make sure it is not ever in the shade. I will be real interested to hear how that works out for you.