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Old 01-03-2013, 11:41 AM   #1
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Winter RVing with wonderful video

IRV2ers....I am attaching a link to a nice you tube video from RVGEEKS that really gives you a decent winter camping perspective. Hope this helps.

HOW TO: RV in the Winter - YouTube

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Thanks! I like all the RVGeeks videos.

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During the Thanksgiving week I took my old Bounder to Saratoga NY. It was a bit cold...dipping into the 20's at nite. I had prepped the lower bays with mini ceramic heaters and tied them into a 37F Thermo receptacle. this did a great job of allowing me to back off the propane furnace and use my Pelonis space heater.
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