No, we were excited and rushing to get out quickly. The main issue we ran into was the foot of fresh snow on top of the camper roof. Having no experience, I just went and lowered it, and almost was crushed by the weight forcing the roof down very quickly. Once we got home I got my telescoping car wash brush out and cleared all the snow. In the future, in winter conditions, I'll clear the snow before I try to lower the roof.Can you tell me if you did anything special to your FWC to prepare it for winter conditions?
We also did not open any windows during the night, so without any decent air flow we did get quite a bit of condensation. We wiped down the inside vinyl material, but next time we'll leave a window or two cracked open at night.
That's about it. The furnace kept us toasty warm all night. We brought a few jugs of water, as I have the water system in the camper winterized right now.