First off, this is a great forum, tons of great info.
I like that you can unload on FR when they have it coming. In our short time in this unit I have already found several things that have me saying WTF were they thinking. More on those later....
Wife and I purchased a 2005 Lexington 210 with 4500 miles a month ago. We love the size, I'd go smaller (a true class B) and she'd go bigger. So we have the perfect size, small enough to park anywhere and big enough to do everything we need.
We have have had several test runs so far and feel ready to head south for a month or so. We may not leave for a few weeks. I wanted to be prepared for winterizing in case we have a hard freeze any time before we are ready to leave. My only real concern is how to "air out" the water lines and adding the pink stuff to the lines. Any links to the step by step would be helpful.
Our fresh water tank is under the dinette bench. I was considering setting up an electric space heater to warm the cabin if needed and not doing the fresh water until we returned. Is this even an option? Would we keep all the waterlines warm with one heater?