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Old 12-05-2012, 11:12 PM   #15
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Too long...

Winterized last weekend at the end of our final trip of the year. Counting down the days. So many places to see, so little time.
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:28 PM   #16
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I am with you , can't wait until spring.
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Only 7 months until spring in Alaska, should make those of you in the lower 48 feel better.
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:05 PM   #18
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My TT is winterized and parked in the yard. No slides, so it is ready to sit in and plan. I put my awning lights inside over the valances so I get that night-time campsite ambiance. Kind of nice that I can go into it anytime I get withdrawal pains.

Ya. I leave a electric space heater in mine so I can go inside at anytime and pretend camp. I also use it as a spare bedroom when company comes over.
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Ya. I leave a electric space heater in mine so I can go inside at anytime and pretend camp. I also use it as a spare bedroom when company comes over.
The little wife and I have had a couple of dinners in our rig in the driveway, then listen to Christmas CDs and make plans for spring.
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I think I am going to enjoy not waiting until spring to take the blue board off the windows, turn the heat tape off the water hose, pooh will go down the pooh pipe and turning off the UV light.
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Looking forward to camping New Years weekend at the Valley of Fire, NV...
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We decided to do a few winter trips this year. Once the ski areas get some snow (and it's finally snowing up there) we plan to spend a few weekends ski camping. Gonna keep the rig winterized though so we'll be flushing with RV antifreeze and dumping the tanks when we get a sunny day.
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The little wife and I have had a couple of dinners in our rig in the driveway, then listen to Christmas CDs and make plans for spring.
Ahhh, fine memories of times like that. Was so much fun. We are F/T now. And back then there was only tapes!
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I can stand to wait a couple months, I want to get my skiing and snowmobiling in, and save up a little money for camping.
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