• Ray
    921
    Well, it’s now mid-February, and frigid air from the polar vortex has even spilled out onto the west coast of Canada, dropping our usually mild winter temps down under the freezing mark. Instead of the regular steady stream of Pacific Ocean storms bringing cool, wet weather but at least above freezing temps, we now have snow and ice!

    I thought this would be a perfect time to go over the things I’ve added to the RV to help keep us warm and dry this winter. In past years we have just pointed the rig south and drove until it was warm. But this year, that option was off the table, and we found ourselves staying put on Vancouver Island. So, in late summer and early fall, I installed many different products to prep the RV for cold-weather living.



    As I installed most of these items, I published a post/video about them, which I will link back to. Just click each headline to view. This post will update how the product has performed for us over the last couple of months of use, particularly during this recent cold snap.

    See the full LYRV blog post with links to original posts/videos & product links - https://www.loveyourrv.com/10-things-that-help-us-winter-in-our-rv-reviews-updates/

    1 - EZ Snap RV Skirting
    2 - Camco Heated Water Hose
    3 - Ivation Dehumidifier
    4 - Portable Electric Heaters
    5 - Vent Covers
    6 - 3M Insulating Window Film
    7 - Area Rugs and Mats
    8 - Drok Power Meter
    9 - Mopeka LP Gas Meter
    10 - Outland Propane Fire Pit
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