For that, Didn't know it existed. We won't pick up ours until the week after New Years but don't plan to use it until late February/March. So looking forward to it and everyone's photos just make it that much more exciting.
Some things you can do that will enhance your comfort before you go out for the first time. I would definitely replace your analog thermostat with a digital one. Coleman Mach makes a digital equivalent for your analog thermostat in your trailer. They run about $55 on Amazon. Temperature swings with the analog thermostat about 4° above and below where you set it. The second best thing that I've done for comfort in my new trailer was purchase a 3" memory foam topper for my RV mattress. The third most important purchase I made for my camperwas a quality sewer hose. Also bought an 18 gallon sewer tote so that you could empty your tanks when they fill up while you're camping on those extended trips. AlsoI removed the onboard filter by the water pump upfront. It was a pain during winter rising to the screw and unscrew and remove the filter and also a pain to remove the antifreeze from when you do you dewinterize. So I cut it out and put a piece of Plex in and crimped it tight it and now I use a in-line filter that screws into my water hose. It's a hell of a lot easier to deal with at change of seasons. With the filter outside if that water freezes in cracks in the plastic and lakes everywhere it looks outside your trailer not inside. Just a few mods that made a big difference for me.
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