I have panels made out of that silver stuff for every window and all the roof vents. Really helps while working in the T/C during the cold winter nights. All I use is two 1500W electric heaters to knock off the chill and eventually I am in just a "T" shirt , getting things ready for some MODs.
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1997 Veri Lite RL1200 on a '02, K3500, CC, DRW, 8.1L, Allison, 4.1 gears, Bridgestone 225/70R19.5 tires.
That's how memories are made , bet the girls had a blast , good for you.
My youngest daughter still talks about the time I dragged her up to a remote cabin for an overnight . She was 12 at the time , full pack . It rained for 2 day's , no electric , no radio , no water , just a wood stove and plywood bunks . We invented all kinds of ways to entertain ourselves , and most important , we got to TALK .
Wow. Mind warp. The last time I was in Algonquin, I decided to tolerate the black flies and canoe in the middle of June. Full head nets all day long, get in the tent at dust and dare not leave until well after dark.