Living up in cold northern Michigan with a winterized 2004 Fleetwood Excursion and planning on heading south in a few weeks. Have not done this yet and wondering how to transfer out from winter to better weather as far as the plumbing is concerned. Right now I am thinking that we pack up and head out and stop somewhere along the road when the weather gets better and have them blow out the lines (so far we are newbies on this part of it and have not attemped it outselves so don't laugh
I was going to take it in locally and have it done when we leave but am worried about still having cold weather on the way down to TX.
So asking anyone up north that goes south in the dead of winter - what should I be concerned about and do before we head out or on the way?