Winter camping

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  • #1321
    Robert
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    As a new cold weather camper I am wondering how you keep things from freezing while driving in sub 20F weather. I know I can turn my light on in the dump compartment but do people also run the propane heat while driving to keep pipes from freezing? Thanks for any replies.

    #1324
    Dallas
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    That little light doesn’t do much, so run your heater while your driving. We also have a little space heater we use when electrical plug in is available. *When I am in between trips in the winter, I keep my hot water tank on (electric element) and a stuff a space heater in my basement on a small platform next to the plumbing. Keeps it all nice and cozy…and ready for a quick get away. Have fun in the snow ❄

    #1325
    Robert
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    Thanks, very much appreciate the information. Gonna be in the teens in the evenings coming up, but so far the 30’s have been a breeze, can’t believe how little propane it’s used, while keeping it very toasty inside.

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