staying warm at 7000 feet
Let me start off by apologizing for posting this to the winterizing forum. We're not storing the trailer for the winter we're getting ready to go out and do some camping. Specifically to the Grand Canyon where it's already in the 20's at night and should be 50s during the day. What I'm looking for are your winter trailering tips. How to keep the water hose and the humans (and kitties) from freezing. We're not going to be gone for that many days so I was hoping for an alternative to wrapping the water hose. But maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I should coil it up and store every night after filling the fresh water tanks. And how about those tanks? Will the furnace keep them from freezing at night? Are there any alternatives to the furnace? Things that are easy to install or temporary. I look forward to your replies as I dig around in the archives.
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1981 Excella 280 Turbo Diesel Motorhome