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Comment by Pat Daly on December 31, 2014 at 3:48pm

Todd, thanks for the advice on how you winter camp. We're always interested since this is "sometimes" the best time of the year. And, we've mostly got anyplace all to our self. We like that.

Comment by david craft on December 30, 2014 at 11:46pm
Come to think of it...this is the first I've seen. It has zero body roll in the corners...well almost :) That weight on the rear...Id bet you go pretty good in the snow. I'll see about posting a pic.
Comment by Todd Wells on December 30, 2014 at 10:33pm
My pipes are full of antifreeze. I use bottled water for everything like dishes, flushing the toilet, etc. I add a bit more as needed antifreeze in sink and toilet. The stock heater works good on one battery for a night and a half. I have 2. I also have a propane tank with heater on top that heats up the cabin much faster but not indoor safe so it only gets used to do the initial warm up. Still figuring it out.
Comment by Pat Daly on December 30, 2014 at 6:47pm

Todd, how did you keep the water tanks from freezing, or were they already winterized?  What sort of heater did you use?  We're ALWAYS interested in winter and dry camping adventures and equipment!

Comment by Jim Stoltz on December 30, 2014 at 1:22pm

I've always wondered how my Allegro would do in the snow. I wouldn't deliberately go out in the snow with it, but I do plan to take it to the Poconos on occasion and could get caught in the occasional snow storm. I would imagine it's pretty scary.

On the Class C with a tag axle - I didn't know they existed until recently when one popped up behind a local bar/apartment house. It was there for a few days before the owner evidently moved on (it appears as if they were living in it). It was an '80s style Ford chassis. Pretty cool.

Comment by david craft on December 30, 2014 at 11:36am
Awesome graphics...those older dodge cabs are ageless. I got an old harvest with a tag axle, new appliances, and upholstery, can you believe I am debating on a restore? I should be booted off here...
Comment by Todd Wells on December 30, 2014 at 11:22am
Warm and tropical sounds good. Palm trees on my next RV! Camped out with my two kids during a good snow storm at Mt.Bachelor. 3' snow drift overnight.
Comment by Pat Daly on December 30, 2014 at 11:02am

looks great. winter camp, skiing or on the way to Florida?

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