My 16 ft. Scamp
is sitting in a parking spot in my new (to me) driveway here at our new home. It is foggy and a little rainy, 40 degrees at the eastern beginning of the Berkshire Mountains. We are at about 1100 feet, which does not qualify as an ant hill west of the Mississippi. But here it brings cold and snow before the valleys and cities.
I "winterized" it before moving here a couple of weeks ago. But, we are still using it. Bought a house with four bedrooms (two that can be shut off when not in use) so we can accomodate everyone when they come home for summers and holidays, now that they are adults and have children in some cases. So, for the first holiday here, Thanksgiving, who didn't get a bedroom? That's right, my wife and I.
Actually, we volunteered to sleep out in the camper. Temperature went down into the twenties the two nights we were out there. But, using a small, and I mean small, ceramic style electric heater, we were warmer than if we had stayed in the house. We enjoy cooler sleeping. I had the heater down to its minimum and we were very fine.
I even had a window open which let the sound of the brook that dominates the property sail us away.
I think I may just leave the camper where it is, cover the tires
and do what the manufacturer suggests about jacking. Could be someone will be out there at Christmas. I should have bought a hotel.