We made our first long trip from Michigan to Florida this past week. We started out Mon. Jan. 11th and had clear roads but bitter temps. Mon. night, we pulled into a campground in Berea, KY with the temps already mid 20's and started working to bring the inside temp in the rig up. In a short time, with the furnace and a couple space heaters, we were coat and hatless, and in a couple hours, we had a comfortable upper 60's in the rig.
We used an electric blanket that night and stayed nice and warm all night in spite of an overnight low in the low 20's. We were thrilled. Our last rig was never that warm in extreme cold and had a leaky cold air feel. The HitchHiker II was so impressive, we were warm, no drafts, and slept like babies.
The following night in GA was about the same. We are now in Florida, in a Thousand Trail park near Wauchula, and are having a great time enjoying the new rig at last!
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