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Bordercollie

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Posted: 02/14/20 11:26am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Stay home in freezing weather unless your rig is home. Sleeping bags may be better than "covers". Furnaces use a lot of propane and furnace blowers pull a lot of amps. I wonder how the homeless can sleep in cold weather.

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The Mr. Buddy heaters do a good job and take no power. They can make a big difference.
I don't use the furnace much.

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Down sleeping bags have always been good friends of mine.

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