Originally Posted by vminchew
We are planning our first long trip for the week after Christmas. We are headed from Chattanooga, Tennessee to Seabrook, New Hampshire, we want to go see our son who is serving in the USCG. We would like to know if we are setting ourselves up for disappointment? What can we expect from the Interstates? We lived in Alaska for four winters, but it was a dry snow and they kept the roads clear. Should we get snow chains? Do they still make them? We will be going threw Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, New York and New Hampshire.
Thank you all for any and all input.
I've been camping in the winter in north Texas, and my water hose froze solid.
Just got back from South Dakota, the water was like ice water coming out of the faucet in the RV park. My water heater couldn't overcome the cold water, and my hot water shower lasted about 4 minutes. I called my selling dealer and the Tech. suggested I run the water heater on propane and electricity. Doing that, I had enough hot water to take a quick shower.
Good luck with the cold.
John and Maggie