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Old 02-02-2013, 07:05 PM   #1
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Smile Colorado to South Carolina

We are leaving at the end of the month, FEB, to go to SC and am looking for routing ideas as well as suggestions on things like water etc. Right now the MH is winterized with anti freese in all of the lines etc. Am concerned about flushing the lines here and adding water and then it freezing along the way. Plan on watching weather and going south as quickly as possible.
Do campgrounds get upset if I flush my system into their dump stations, I assume not but am not sure.
Any other suggestions concerning cold weather travel/camping appreciated.

2005 Winnebago Vectra, 20 foot enclosed car hauler with a Mini Cooper S convertible inside, look for the big Betty Boop on the back,and two Westies Maggie and Buddy.
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:31 AM   #2
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We are from CO and usually winterize in Amarillo before heading back into CO. We just drove from Tampa to Southern CO and didn't have a problem with the cold. We just ask the campground if it's OK to drain the hot water heater etc. Before we do and haven't been turned down yet. We just make our way down to I-10 and make our way across.

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Once south, catch the I-20. Nice ride. Busy around Atlanta. Was that way last year early March and there was an early bloom. Don't remember the name of the purple flowers that lined both sides of the interstate but it was a very pretty ride.
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