Cold Use Only
Hello again everyone. Haven't been on here in like 4yrs since we quit using the RV. With several tries at selling the old girl and nobody wanting it, we've decided to keep it.
Since I farm, my only time off is in the cold winter months. No problem there as I LOVE TO ICE FISH!! So, our 32' 1995 Cobra by Cordoba rv is going to be our new ice rig hotel. Instead of paying for a hotel and having to drive 50miles in one direction to the lake, we're going to set this old girl up right next to the lake for usually a weekend at a time, not much more as the guys I go with are normal 9-5 factory jobs.
What can I do to get the most out of her without freezing to death or using 40gal of propane every time we go out. Mostly going to be in Eastern Nebraska and Eastern South Dakota. Most of my compartments on the belly side are going to be used for ice equip storage so I have some work to do with the doors there. I'm up for any and all suggestions. I plan on filling the onboard water tank from a gas station near our destination so I don't have to haul all that weight with me. on the nicer days I'll just hook up to the spigot on site. its just me and the guys so a shower isn't needed every night and we don't do much but sit in an ice hut so its not like we're going to be nasty. However, we do want the option for a warm shower in case someone falls through we have a warm place to hose down too.
I'm up for any and all suggestions to make the most of her for the winter. I've remodeled most of the interior to modernize it a bit but still have the front area to do. Let me know what I can do.
Thanks everyone, so glad to be back on here!