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Old 08-15-2019, 10:56 AM   #1
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Wintering in the Ozarks

Me and my DW are possibly spending the winter months (Nov thru April) in Branson. I was thinking of living in our Country Coach MH. I know we have many members from the Ozarks on this forum. Am seeking your opinion on the feasability and comfortability on doing this. Thanks in advance.
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It can get pretty cold up there in the winter.

I have a dog trainer who lives a little over 100 miles north of Branson and they leave and come to Texas every winter.

I have no idea at all about Branson itself, sorry.
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There are many people who comfortably winter in their RV in colder places than Missouri (we are one). If you are going to, take some time to educate yourself. There is nothing difficult or expensive, it just takes some simple preparations.

Personally, I prefer cold, snowy winter weather to hot, humid summer weather any day.
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