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Old 10-03-2006, 09:12 PM   #1
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Hello all.

New to RV'ing as we sold our house and are looking to buy some land in the Kootenays of BC.

Problem is I am freaking out as winter is coming and we are ignorant as to any winterizing needs. I am not even sure it is possible.

It only gets to be about -5 C average in the winter... but...

Any leads on searching out relative threads (or advice)?

Thanks in advance

Shauna
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Old 10-03-2006, 09:12 PM   #2
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Hello all.

New to RV'ing as we sold our house and are looking to buy some land in the Kootenays of BC.

Problem is I am freaking out as winter is coming and we are ignorant as to any winterizing needs. I am not even sure it is possible.

It only gets to be about -5 C average in the winter... but...

Any leads on searching out relative threads (or advice)?

Thanks in advance

Shauna
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Old 10-04-2006, 06:35 AM   #3
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Shauna, welcome to irv2
You don't have to be TERRIFIED if you would go to "FIND" just above you and type in "winterizing" you will find many answers to your question. Some of us do travel during the cold months or are parked in cold areas.
You haven't said what your camping in a TT or MH. You will find the answers just read what applies to you and stay cool.
Enjoy the forums and post if anything else.
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