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Old 05-09-2016, 04:08 PM   #11
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Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Star Valley, WY
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I live a little north of Wyo700 about halfway between him and Yellowstone. I still camp September-October (hunting season). Temperatures drop that low, but don't usually stay down yet. If hookups are available I only hookup water to fill the fresh tank. Hoses freeze and can damage where it hooks to your rig and the valve at the hose bib. I turn on tank heaters. I do put some antifreeze in the grey and black tanks about mid September. Had one grey valve freeze once but I had forgot to knock some slush off it when I parked. I might even open the cabinet doors while I sleep or while I'm out for the day. Heat set low while I'm gone. To keep the inside pipes warm. When I run the genny. I use a space heater as well.
Really not much different than normal for me though. We sometimes get snow on Independence Day.

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