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Old 01-02-2016, 02:22 PM   #15
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Is there a free wall someplace? You could go with a Dickinson stove:

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Forgot to mention that the maker of the Little Cod also makes the Sardine, which is 12"Dx12"Wx11"H.

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There is no free wall....and, have you ever been in an Interstate?

No free space, anywhere.....but, that's part of their charm...everything you need in a very small space.

But, I would love one....have a wood stove in my living room, a nice fire going in it as I write.


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Old 01-02-2016, 02:39 PM   #16
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There is no free wall....and, have you ever been in an Interstate?

No free space, anywhere.....but, that's part of their charm...everything you need in a very small space.

But, I would love one....have a wood stove in my living room, a nice fire going in it as I write.


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No, I've never been in an Interstate. Come to think of it, I don't think I've been in anything newer than my own!
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Old 01-02-2016, 02:46 PM   #17
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Well, then....you need to expand your horizons.


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Old 01-08-2016, 03:18 PM   #18
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Heating and where to stay. All the camp grounds & seasonal businesses will be closed & unoccupied. Shore power will be unavailable, better have your own generator. Your heater, with its heavy amp draw, will quickly tell you the state of your electrical system & batteries. Better have some heavy blankets. Walmart is always open. Chain that generator. Your cell will be your only contact with the world.

Lighten up! You paint a very dismal picture. We've towed from CO to FL the last three Januarys and will do it again next week. We sleep comfortably in our Airstream and have never failed to find a decent CG with power. Never Walmart. Be prepared, be cautious, be happy.
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Even with the rains and cold out west, I actually find winter camping more pleasurable. Granted, no snow/ice or winterizing here, but, darned pleasant. I didn't mind that it was 42F inside the trailer over the holidays. Slept like a baby and no furnace until I decided to get out of bed.

Interestingly, out west, winter is a better season for things like this, much like when I had a convertible or when I had a Vespa. Summer is often too hot and too crowded.
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I just spent the week in Whistler BC. campground was packed. A foot of snow came down. It was 14f at night.

It was great!!!
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