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RV Heating 2011 -- Electrical Capacity

Me and the '96 Camaro at Nashvegas

A few years back when I was still doing the race car thing, I trekked off to Nashville Superspeedway for a weekend of racing. I took the Old Girl and my 28′ enclosed car hauler with the ’96 Camaro in it. One of the unexpected bonuses to the trip were the parking accommodations.

The 1.3 mile oval Speedway has hosted 2 Busch races and two Truck

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Winter Heating for Your RV - 2011 Edition

Every year about this time I re-visit the subject of winter heating for your recreational vehicle. This post from 2009 explores how we stay warm in the Old Girl through a moderate Texas winter. I am thankful we don’t try to winter over farther north in an RV. They are just not made to endure day after day of extreme cold. I do have one reader that I know of, Coal, who winters over in

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Readers Write - Winter Heating Tips for your Recreational Vehicle

Well, it is October and that means the Subject D’Jour is Winter Heating Options for your recreation vehicle. I have talked about this subject in past posts.

Surviving the Arctic Blast

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Winter Heating for your Recreational Vehicle

Reader Carl wrote us:

Hello, my name is Carl and I recently found your website on living full time out of your RV. I am still rather new at this having gotten laid off in march of

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Unexpected Consequences of the Frigid Temps

I woke up at 4am Saturday morning. It was 56 degrees inside the RV; 12 degrees outside with a 16mph wind out of the north . I had gone to bed with the Mr Heater Little Buddy turned off, the Suburban furnace was set at 50 degrees. Both electric heaters were running. A trip to the bathroom — and NO water. Crap! So I tried to shake off the fog of sleep and figure

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