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profdant139 wrote:

The lows were in the high 20s -- not bad at all. We like the trailer to be very cold at night -- great sleeping weather. A down comforter and four blankets -- so heavy that we are forced to hibernate. We don't run the heater, except during shower time.

We figure that if the Eskimos can survive comfortably in igloos, we will be ok if we dress warmly -- knit caps, several layers of clothing, thermal booties, etc.

But this is all a matter of personal preference. And I would bet that if we lived in a snowy climate (instead of Southern California), we would not find cold weather to be such a pleasant change!

The high temp at my house today (Feb 28) was 83. Dry and sunny, as it always is. Dull.


Dan ... you guys' preferred cold temperature RV sleeping environment never ceases to amazefy me!

The coldest temps I've ever slept in were my unheated bedroom in Michigan as a kid, and my summer nights backpack tent sleeping above 9000 ft. in the High Sierras.

But no way in our RV. We keep our RV around 67 degrees when sleeping - about the same as our stick house nights here in CA. However, we don't RV camp in the winter or many days at high altitude, anytime.

I love your fantastic boondocking spots and photos. Keep it up! [emoticon]

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