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Old 12-28-2015, 04:53 PM   #15
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We just came over Rabbit Ears Pass from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and saw someone boondocking with a Newmar when the outside temperature read -23 on the car thermometer. I'm not sure how much their generator ran or how much propane they used, but they seemed pretty cozy snuggled beside the four feet of snow in the parking area. So there are coaches out there that can handle the cold. Me, I'd be more afraid driving a +35 foot MH with the snow mobile trailer hitched on over the icy summit pass road.
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We just came over Rabbit Ears Pass from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and saw someone boondocking with a Newmar when the outside temperature read -23 on the car thermometer. I'm not sure how much their generator ran or how much propane they used, but they seemed pretty cozy snuggled beside the four feet of snow in the parking area. So there are coaches out there that can handle the cold. Me, I'd be more afraid driving a +35 foot MH with the snow mobile trailer hitched on over the icy summit pass road.

Maybe the snow mobile is their "spare", and the reason they are camping is THEY'RE ALSO afraid of driving over the icy pass! (tongue in cheek) They're waiting for the snow to melt!
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The Entegra line of DPs are very well insulated. They report their R values.
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