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Post Info TOPIC: SOLO RVer IN INTERIOR ALASKA...


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SOLO RVer IN INTERIOR ALASKA...


I am living alone in my good old 1978 Holiday Ramblette travel trailer here in Interior Alaska [Fairbanks]... I am going to start soon to winterize the best I can to face our long dark Arctic winter and I would love to get any advices from those of you living the same way here in Alaska or elsewhere... If only to make new friends... By the way I created on Facebook the "Holiday Ramblette Travel Trailer" page, hoping to find people with trailers like mine and make friends with the same passion for RV living...

smile MURIEL



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Hose wrapped in Heat tape and pipe insulation...dump hose disconnected , holding tanks heated, plastic over windows.......insulation batts in fantastic fan vents....that's a start..

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Get insulated curtains to hang over each window & your door.  I found them at Walmart last Fall.



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Reflectix products available at Home Depot, great for insulating windows. Check their web site should be many other uses and not expensive.

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gcook wrote:

Reflectix products available at Home Depot, great for insulating windows. Check their web site should be many other uses and not expensive.


 Gary,

While that information about Reflectix is good for most of us, Muriel posted this thread about two years ago.  Sometimes, when one posts on an old thread, newer folks think it is still current information, even though some information given in the past is no longer valid.  Sometimes a mentioned product is no longer available.  When posting to a thread, look under the username and avatar area to check the date.

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