Gosh, reading this thread brought tears to me eyes.
I had not really given much thought to a great deal of our members who have to put there little fiberglass babies to bed for the winter, as I'm out here in California where I can use my trailer year round. I am in the foothills of the Sierra's and am just below the snow line. I do get snow about 2 to 3 times during the winter but it doesn't last for long. The temps do get low over night however all I do is keep an electric heater running in the trailer.
Any way my condolences to all of you who can't camp during the winter.