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Picture 1 of 2 from Album Winter Camping November 2016 to Jan 2017
Pullout side of Fun Finder 28qd with 2 inch Styrofoam reflective insulation covered in black plastic held on by bungee cords and ratchet straps. The bottom is kept in place by nails.
Pullout side of Fun Finder 28qd with 2 inch Styrofoam reflective insulation covered in black plastic held on by bungee cords and ratchet straps. The bottom is kept in place by nails.
Picture Added 01-06-2017 10:38 PM
Added by dmatwood

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  1. Kansas newbie
    01-07-2017 06:48 AM
    Kansas newbie
    So, have you kept warm with this set up? I assume you are running inside heater(s) as well?
  2. dmatwood
    01-07-2017 04:22 PM
    dmatwood
    We had to get a small heater for my Son and Daughter when it dipped below -10 degrees. The insulation kept a lot of the cold out. I also used reflective padding on the ground to keep the cold from the ground from coming up. We keep the heat at 66 on the thermostat and go through about 60 lbs of propane every 3-4 days depending on the temperature. This is my first Travel Trailer and I'm trying to learn as I go.
  3. Michigantraveler
    01-17-2017 01:23 PM
    Michigantraveler
    Dmatwoo, there are several good YouTube videos about winterizing rigs. I have been watching them. There are lots of tricks in those videos. Condensation can be a real problem, as you know. Wrapping water valves and black water hoses, anti freeze in the black tank, reflecting on the windows and vents, rugs on the floors, etc. someone even spray foamed his tanks. 20 below is very, very cold. Yikes!!
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