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Old 07-13-2011, 10:24 AM   #1
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Cold weather

Is it important to get a TT with a heated underbelly or extra insulation if the lows in the Texas hill country only reach about 30.
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The hill country can often reach into the teens during the winter. I would definitely want an insulated and heated underbelly.

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Not in my opinion. My rule-of-thumb for cool weather camping is, if the daytime temperature reaches 38 or above,and night-time temperatures do not fall below 28; nothing will freeze enough to be harmful.
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Don't know how long you've been in the Boerne, TX area, but last winter we had some 24 degree nights. The year before that it got down into the teens on several occasions.

The thing about this past winter is that on a number of days it barely got above freezing. And the nights during that time were in the low 20's. That is what you have to worry about.

Wow! That almost sounds good today since it was 103 in San Antonio.

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