mikeschn wrote:Bwrbier and all,
Don't rule out a forced air furnace just yet...
It works well, heating my teardrop up in just a few minutes; it's vented, so you never have to worry about carbon monoxide poisioning; it gets it's fresh air from outside; and it runs on propane, so you can stay warm off the grid, or on.
Check out the thread here...
http://tnttt.com/viewto ... 2488#22488
Q wrote:Yes, I use the same unit. Got it out of an old camper I bought for cheap. I did have to play around with the location of the thermostat so as not to alternately cook and freeze every half hour. The fan uses some power from the battery but a standard RV battery is enough for at least a couple very cold (below zero) nights.
arnereil wrote:An electric blanket doesn't draw much, and they have 12v versions (not sure about the draw on those).
One thing about cold weather camping is many c/g's close for the winter. I expect when I head to FL from New England in Jan/Feb, I'll have to do some checking to find a place open after the first day's driving.. once I get further south, I don't expect a problem.
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