Originally Posted by Oaklevel
Everyone's usage will be different ....outside,temp, how warm it is kept inside, the size of camper, insulation factors.......etc...etc... We can usually go a week on a 30 lb bottle when using the furnace, but it is rarely below 32 degrees when we camp.
Very true, just trying to get a general idea. Don't want to go out in the morning and come home with no gas and dead batteries. So far it looks like I should be able to get a weekend without a problem. Say I park on a Tuesday evening and pull out on Friday morning I shouldn't have a frozen 70 pound chocolate lab. If I wake up Friday morning with her plastered against me I will know the furnace didn't kick on, LOL! She will be trying to get under my blankets to keep warm.
07 Dodge 1500 crew cab with 20" wheels, 08 Forest River Rockwood Signature Ultra-lite 8280SS
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