I've been dry camping for 20+ years, and only recently have been getting set up on electrical sites. I'm heading to an electrical site later this summer that will have me set up quite some distance from the power post on the site. I'll probably be about 150 feet from the post. I have enough cords (10/3, no A/C) to stretch the distance to the post, but I'll be using 3 cords plugged together to do it. Does anyone try to protect their plug together connections from rain and such? I've never bothered before, but running power cords to my Pup is still new to me. Just asking what others do. I've heard of guys notching out a margarine container (or similar) on each side. They lay the connection in there and then snap the lid back on. The lid keeps the rain off the connection, and the rest of the container holds it up off the ground. Does anyone do that, or something similar?