Winter Pop-up Camper tips...
I'm thinking about taking my Bethany pop-up camper up to Duluth to work road crossings at the John Beargrease sled dog marathon the end of January...
I've never used my camper in -20F weather... I've been in it at 20F and the heater works great. But -20 is a different story. My back up heat is a Buddy heater.
I'm looking for any tips regarding camping at these temps...
Main concerns are:
1) condensation build up
2) propane use (how long will the 20 lb tank last)
3) remote site requires a generator for power
4) cold effects on canvas (when it's time to pack it up)
Any tips or thoughts anybody can share?
Last edited by Prybry; 01-04-2011 at 04:09 PM.
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