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Fulltiming in cold weather
 
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November 29, 2006

...I know most of you are in the sun of the Southwest, but we have been up here in the Northwest in what has been some of the coldest weather on record.  We just started fulltiming in our 34.5 IKTG about two months ago.  We are planning on a trip south after Christmas, but for now we are dealing with weather in ways we never thought we would.  What a baptism into fulltime RV living.

My point in this post is that the trailer has done great.  We insulated our water hose, put a good extra heater in the coach, left the kitchen grey tank open and ran a little water into the tank to keep the lines moving, and all is well.  These rigs really are able to stand the real cold.  We have been down to 15 degrees with snow and rain and we are fine, but looking forward to a thaw, which is coming.

If you are looking for a coach to do it all, the NuWa works well.

Greg

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    Fulltiming in cold weather

     
    A member of the NuWa Owners Forum gave permission for use of the following comments:

    November 29, 2006

    ...I know most of you are in the sun of the Southwest, but we have been up here in the Northwest in what has been some of the coldest weather on record.  We just started fulltiming in our 34.5 IKTG about two months ago.  We are planning on a trip south after Christmas, but for now we are dealing with weather in ways we never thought we would.  What a baptism into fulltime RV living.

    My point in this post is that the trailer has done great.  We insulated our water hose, put a good extra heater in the coach, left the kitchen grey tank open and ran a little water into the tank to keep the lines moving, and all is well.  These rigs really are able to stand the real cold.  We have been down to 15 degrees with snow and rain and we are fine, but looking forward to a thaw, which is coming.

    If you are looking for a coach to do it all, the NuWa works well.

    Greg

    Here is a link to the original post.


    Note: The NuWa Owners Forum is not affiliated with NuWa in any way, however we do occasionally participate in some of the discussions, and share our viewpoint with members. For more information, visit the group at www.nuwaowners.org.


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