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memtb

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Posted: 01/20/18 12:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Kinda-Sorta.... just got our little class c this past summer. It was for trips of short duration, including some cool weather rv’ing, as a test for it’s wintering capabilities...we’ve tried three outings. But....you folks back east have “hogged” the cold weather. Every outing we have had planned....it warmed-up ??! So far, we’ve only tested down to low teens. Thank goodness we’ve got about 2 more months of winter.....so maybe! [emoticon]


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yes, been way too cold here to work on the outside of the motorhome, have been able to do some on the inside of the motorhome, as far as rewiring and laying down a new floor, redesigning the kitchen table area.[image]

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Posted: 02/03/18 07:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Big Redneck wrote:

Has the extreme cold weather affected you?


Well ... here at home - about 2 weeks after the OP's post ... I had to change my T-Shirt in midday today cuz I got all sweaty working outside. I believe the afternoon high was around 75 degrees. [emoticon]

P.S. We just got back from a 2 1/2 week RV trip to Arizona - some night lows in the 30's and some day highs in the 70's. We had to top up our propane tank about half way through the trip due to keeping the furnace on all night at times when drycamping.

Boy ... am I glad I left Michigan for California 56 years ago. Growing up in an unheated bedroom and having my car radiator freeze solid (even with anti-freeze in it) was no picnic way back then.


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Posted: 02/04/18 07:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

jfkmk wrote:

It's been a great year for skiing though!!


Here in Northern Vermont, one day it got as cold as -22 deg. Didn't even go skiing.


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