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Old 06-24-2014, 10:51 AM   #15
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Bigfoot campers are true four season rigs, but better have a big supply of propane. I'm modifying a small trailer to carry extra propane for my pickup camper. If you have an insulated trailer, you need a pickup to carry the extra propane bottles or else a fixed location with electric and a supply of propane to suit your needs.
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Old 06-24-2014, 10:52 AM   #16
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Is say -20 deg F or C qualifies as a winter rig.
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Old 06-24-2014, 11:05 AM   #17
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a lot of this forums members do not know what a real winter is.
It is easy to dismiss and condemn, you are making the mistake of confusing not knowing what "real" Winter is with knowing and choosing not to be out in it. I primarily grew up in Idaho, and spent several years in Minnesota, Ohio, and Kentucky and now choose to live in Florida. And the coldest I have ever been was sitting in a deer stand in Alabama!
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One year deer hunting in November on Minnesota's Iron Range it got to -31 Deg F with a wind chill around -50 Deg F . We camped in a 21 Ft trailer and burned up a 100 Lb. tank of propane in 4 days . The furnace ran 24 hours a day at at night the interior of the trailer dropped into the 50 Deg range . The 21 ft trailer was rated as a "Four Season Trailer"
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It is easy to dismiss and condemn, you are making the mistake of confusing not knowing what "real" Winter is with knowing and choosing not to be out in it. I primarily grew up in Idaho, and spent several years in Minnesota, Ohio, and Kentucky and now choose to live in Florida. And the coldest I have ever been was sitting in a deer stand in Alabama!
I choose to live in the Midwest . I do not like warm/ hot weather with high humidity . To each their own . I stand by my statement and I am not condemning anyone nor am I confused . I have never experienced a hurricane living in Wisconsin and don't really understand their inherent problems so I defer to people with knowledge on the subject. One nice thing about our winters in the lack of bugs except for the occasional snow flea
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