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Posted: 02/27/12 09:32pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nice winter photos.


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great photos and report. You might look into a battery isolator so that the camper cannot draw down the truck batteries


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Posted: 02/28/12 12:33am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very wonderful trip report. I enjoyed the report and pictures greatly. And those icecycles - WONDERFUL!

Snow is fun. Much more fun if you don't have sholvel it.





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The Tetons sure look pretty in the Winter, and I was complaining about 40 degree weather here in the Bay area. You were dealing with really cold temperatures. Thanks for posting.

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Wow, beautiful - thanks for the excellent report and fantastic photos.

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Beautiful pictures and interesting report.
The winter camping with snow is like a cherry on the cake : a greed [emoticon]


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Thanks,great pics and write up. BRRRR!





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Outstanding pics. Love the winter scenery. I assume your truck is a 4x4, correct?

I thought the Arctic Fox had a battery isolator built in. I'm going to have to call Northwood and find out if one was installed in my Wolf Creek.

As for the bears. You won't see any in the winter. They're hibernating.


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Great pictures and report. Went skiing at the Jackson Hole ski area many years ago. Lots of snow, for sure. But my winter camping days are over (have a Boy Scout Zero Hero award for sleeping out in a snow cave when the temp was below zero). Never have had our motor home out in the winter for camping as we aren't crazy to drive it on salt laden roads.

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That was awesome!. Really enjoy these types of posts. Great feeling of satisfaction on controlling your environment and staying warm and comfortable in such hostile conditions. Keep them coming. Thanks for posting!


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