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Old 11-07-2018, 12:14 PM   #21
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Cupboard insulation...interesting. My Bigfoot has decent wall insulation, but because the cupboards are closed, the heat doesn't get in there. I can prop them open, yes.

Ev how do you find it works, with cabinets closed, keeping heat in there? It's not a big deal, but a big annoyance, when I go to use my olive oil and it's solid

I'm out of my trailer for the winter now, but in the shoulder seasons I definitely deal with temps in the teens. This year I was in there from April 1st - November 1st. Around here that definitely includes some cold snaps and snow.
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