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Old 12-10-2012, 03:44 PM   #11
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I'm thinking that if I go winter camping and "nature calls", I'll just take along the ol' port-o-potty!

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Old 12-10-2012, 08:40 PM   #12
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We recently went on a hunting trip to the mountains and unfortunately we had pretty mild temps for what we wanted. It never got below 21 degrees at night and was in the high 30's to 50's during the day. Last year in the pop up we camped it was 15degrees and we struggled to keep the pop up higher than 52 deg. We had the HTT winterized and used a 5 gallon cooler for drinking, washing up, brushing teeth etc. Did not use the toilet.

The only issue we had this year with the trailer and last year with the pop up was a lot of condensation on the inside roof of the canvas beds (pop out beds). We had rain too so when the rain would hit the outside of the canvas the indide droplets would fall on us while sleeping. How do you guys get around this? We would towel them off on the inside but with an inside temp in the 60's and an outside temp in the 30-50's it came back.

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