After a final weekend camping on Vets' day, came home to get anti-freeze in system before first good cold snap due the next night. In my haste, forget to bypass water heater. Realized before I was finished and flushed the entire system until all clear water came out. Started over, was done in 20 min.
Now, Question, when cleaning out camper for winter do you take EVERYTHING out? By this I mean beside the food, how about pots and pans, dishes and silverware and linen? Picked up dryer sheets today and plan on placing throughout the camper.
Have a bunch of strapping, was considering making a rib frame to put on roof and cover with tarp. This is to keep snow from building up as it will be outside. Should I bother? Previous owner stated he just shoveled off roof as necessary. If not, what do you use to cover the AC unit?
As for the stabilizers, I have mine down thinking this will relieve some to the pressure on the tires. Not a good idea? Was planning on greasing the threads so as not to rust.
Finally, my TT sits beside the house at the end of the driveway but on the grass. Should I extend my driveway to accommodate TT? If I leave on the grass, (at least for this winter) is there any precautions I should use? Any suggestions, ideas or criticisms welcomed.