I learned how to winterize here on the forums. Thank you to all of you.
I have just completed winterizing the TT after our first season. The only problem I have found with winterizing is the DW and I both have a malady called “A JOB” and it is holding us back.
Now I find myself cruising the forums reading posts from members that are still out there by virtue of better rigs, climate or circumstances that make travel at will an option. I have not sold my soul but, “This thing of ours” is pretty cool.
A satisfied FR owner.
Bob & Michelle
2016 Ford F-250 Lariat 4x4
2015 Grey Wolf 26BH
Still out, camping right now at Fancy Gap KOA, in Va. Temp is 40 deg, but up into the 60's today. Campground is packed, lot of kids, trick or treat tonight.
Have another trip comming up 2nd week in Nov. to Savanna, Ga. Going to trip out as much as possible, even in winter.
Did mine two weeks ago. Blew out lines then added the antifreeze. Will be using again in Dec to Charleston hopefully it will stay above freezing. Get back and redo. I do as a precaution. Better safe than sorry. Later RJD
2015 35 FT V-Lite 30WRLIKS Diamond Package
2015 Chevy 2500 6.0 4:10 gearing.
Days camped in 2015--46
Days booked for 2016--60
Days camped in 2016 so far 51
So my new 2015 Apex has low point drains. I'm thinking to just blow out the water lines (I have the fitting) and just pour a bit of rv antifreeze into the sink traps. Being in the upstate of SC, we do get some freezing. Any experiecces to share on this approach?
That's pretty much as I do!
Doug and Becky Ridgeway
2014 Blue Ridge 3600RS
2014 Ford F-350 CC 4X4 DRW 6.7 PSD