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Old 02-04-2015, 08:56 PM   #11
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Just to make you guys mad at me.... near 80 degrees in SoCal. But evenings are cold at 54 degrees....
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Old 02-05-2015, 06:47 AM   #12
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Well it is 19 degrees here and feels like 12 degrees F. We are planning on camping this weekend. Hoping the weather man is right with the forecast.
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Winter camping seems to be on the increase these days which I think is a good thing. My last boondock camping trip before the snow started flying this past season the high temps were in the low 30's and the lows were in the teens. I just made sure my propane tanks were full,plenty of gas for the generator and plenty of wood for the fire.
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Old 02-05-2015, 07:23 AM   #13
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Are you crazy? Yes!
But I think that has nothing to do with whether you should go camping or not.
I wished the forum had a Thumbs up button we could press if we liked someones response..
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I wished the forum had a Thumbs up button we could press if we liked someones response..

Try the THANKS feature.
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We use the COLEMAN ROADTRIP which comes in very handy two wheel tote. Packs up great and the tote has pockets for all the accessories...

We still use the 1LB propane canister which work great and adds to our back-up propane canisters on hand to run our emergency heat needed when using the MR BUDDY heater when camping off the power grids..

My trailers both came with the outside grills and they were given away along time ago - never opened them up. I was not all that excited of have the grill setup on the side of the trailer. I am sure they are all safe and all but we feel it is much better to have the grill a few feet away from the trailer wall.

One of these days I will make up a nice small table to use where the wall mounted grille attached to the trailer.

I got my my present COLEMAN ROADTRIP back in 2008 - Easy to clean up with the water tray in the bottom to catch all of the greese drippings. The different GRILLs you are using hoses down real quick when you are done using them.





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You are crazy if you DON'T hop on the opportunity to go camping in the winter!!!
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Old 02-05-2015, 06:19 PM   #17
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Go for it. Our Scout Troop camps monthly in Winter in tents, so we are the crazy ones. Camped Last weekend and it got down to 19 one night.......So Jayco camping is a piece of cake.
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Old 02-06-2015, 07:46 PM   #18
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I have camped when it is snowing out...it was great. I have not camped in the dead of winter but would if I had a good heater
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Well we are doing it. Also enjoying it.
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