It’s becoming a tradition for us to get covered in snow when driving to Ann’s parents’ place in Nampa, Idaho. This year we make it to Rupert, where we decide to wait out a snowstorm at an RV park on the Snake River. It’s cold, but we force ourselves to go out for a walk down to the water.
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I hope your camper handled the cold better than ours. I don’t think that -16F is taken into consideration when they put the “4 Season Camper” sticker on the door.
Happy New Year!
Ours is by no means a 4 season camper – systems failure begins at about 20°F. This time temps were above that, but the wind made it feel colder.
We wonder if we’d be able to start our generator in a cold emergency. If so, we could run the heat and warm the truck engine at least.
Happy new year to you too – you may hear more from us soon!
Is your generator gasoline or propane? If it’s any help, we were able to start our gas powered Honda in negative temperature weather to warm up the block on our diesel truck.
Good to know, thanks! Our generator is an old gas-powered Generac, I think. I hope it will prove worth it’s weight someday – it certainly isn’t as nice as the quiet little Hondas.