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Old 10-16-2015, 08:26 AM   #11
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Let the snow fly

Originally Posted by MainelyUS View Post
Well...we had a "killing" frost this morning and unfortunately we begin our day with the discussion of beginning the process if winterizing our Windjammer for the first time. Our yard is too small to keep the TT at home so we are bringing it to the dealer for winter storage. I am more concerned with what to leave with the TT than the winterizing process...all food, clothing, etc will be removed but what about the LP tanks, battery, spare tire, etc. I'm I being to paranoid

Thanks for the inputs.

Happy Trails to all you snow birds
Yes it is that time of year again (damn it) but i would slow your roll a bit. i have always left all my clothes in the coach (never have had an issue) yes all food needs to be removed (do not feed and critters) but for the LP tanks and anything else you are thinking about "just leave it" unless to dealer lot you are bringing it too has had some theft issues, just leave it all there till spring.
Good luck and Happy camping

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