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Old 11-25-2017, 08:21 PM   #11
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Just to confirm, this is with water in your tanks and lines correct?
Water in all the tanks, and all the water lines.
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Water in all the tanks, and all the water lines.
Thanks. That's what we have been doing also. So far so good.
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I am new at this but do a lot of research. First off is it an all male trip or do you need to make provisions for females . I have moved into my X213 which has an heated underbelly and still have it winterized. What I do for the call in the middle of the night is use a plastic ( 48 oz 3lbs) coffee can for my liquids and a 10 gallon garbage bag in my toilet. It fits well under the seat. You can put a cup or two of cat litter for the smell. But I would dispose of it promptly . Water is in the form of jugs . I use plastic utensils and paper plates. Since I'm using a generator at night I keep one jug of water in front of a heating vent so that by time the heat is turned off in the morning it doesn't get cold enough to freeze by night . The weather has been mild so haven't seen 20's yet but I am sure It will be fine . Heat still goes on a lot even on low. Extra blankets. Any time it is in the high 40's I have heat off as long as I can. I try to use the microwave for as much as possible to save gas .Try to face the biggest window to the south for as much sun as possible for solar affect . Oh and I close up my bed slide out to make the camper smaller to heat while sleeping . Ok I hope some of this helps and I am using all the other suggestions too. Good Luck and Happy Camping
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