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  1. #1001
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    1001 comment. That is all.

  2. #1002
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trefmawr View Post
    That ski drawer is slick Dude Bro! I'm planning on making a box under the 'wedge' of the camper to slide my sticks in when they're not going to be bolted to the ski hanger on the back.
    The only bummer is that its like 4in to short to fit my bibbys.
    Quote Originally Posted by Trefmawr View Post
    I'm thinking we're going to have to get a ski-camper maggot-meetup going!
    Definitely. I'll be in the Truckee/ Tahoe city area all winter
    "make it snow you fuck"
    -Mikee, every single morning

    Looking for half a pair of 188 tahoes

  3. #1003
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    I saw one of these driving around Seattle the other day and wondered what the heck it was. Seems like a pretty good rig.

    http://saddletramps.tumblr.com/post/29569254453

  4. #1004
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    Haha dang! I have 8' of room across in mine so I wont have to worry about space to store long skis.

    I wish I could say that I will be out somewhere this winter, but I tore the ol' ACL this summer so I'm out until spring. Hopefully I'll be mobile enough to get in some late season, but we'll see. The only downside to healthcare, it takes forever!
    I eat, I sleep, I ski.

  5. #1005
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trefmawr View Post
    I'm thinking we're going to have to get a ski-camper maggot-meetup going!
    I'm in too.

  6. #1006
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    ^^^^my rig will be in CO by late April - so after that I will be in!
    Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Natures peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn. - John Muir

    "How long can it last? For fuck sake this isn't heroin -
    suck it up princess" - XXX on getting off mj

    “This is infinity here,” he said. “It could be infinity. We don’t really don’t know. But it could be. It has to be something — but it could be infinity, right?” - Trump, on the vastness of space, man

  7. #1007
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    the transmission in my Astro will be fixed soon.

    i'm down for the rendevous.
    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  8. #1008
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfluffenmeister View Post
    the transmission in my Astro will be fixed soon.

    i'm down for the rendevous.
    The spirit wolf rides again!

  9. #1009
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    woo-woo-WWOOOOO-HOOOOOOOOOO!!!
    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

  10. #1010
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    I'm in.

    These guys are sleeping in parking lots:

    https://www.tetongravity.com/videos/L...er-1797405.htm

  11. #1011
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    Alpine lot march 2012
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    First campercicles
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    Closing day at sugar bowl at the end of April.
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    Kids playing frisbee after a fun day on the slopes
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    I am almost as excited about the parking lot for the upcoming season as I am for the skiing. OK, probably a bit of an exaggeration but I think you feel me!
    "Once you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny, consume you it will..."

  12. #1012
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    Quote Originally Posted by sierraskier View Post
    I'm in.

    These guys are sleeping in parking lots:

    https://www.tetongravity.com/videos/L...er-1797405.htm
    Great video.Great tiny house.Thank you.Makes my day

    Hayduke Aug 7,1996 GS-Aug 26 2010
    HunterS March 17 09-Oct 24 14

  13. #1013
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    Quote Originally Posted by haydukelives View Post
    Great video.Great tiny house.Thank you.Makes my day
    Beautiful rig. Craftsmanship has a new standard.





    Let it Snow!

  14. #1014
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    So I'm a little confused why some people are saying the mr buddy catalytic heater low oxygen shutoff is effected by altitude and some say it is fine. Just different models? Or maybe could it be not enough ventilation/airflow causing it?

    I'm thinking about buying a smaller model just for a camper shell, but isn't a catalytic heater the same thing that would be in a pop up or rigid slide in camper? Just a bigger btu fixed model attached to a wall or something?


    edit, so I found this, these are rated up to 12,000 ft elevation, and certified to be safe while sleeping. Called the mr buddy company and this company and they could not tell me why one was safe for sleeping and one not. Might be just a better unit or maybe the other company just did not want the liability. Also not sure why this works at 12k and the other starts petering out at 7.5/8...
    Still not sure what type tank I would attached to this, they told me the fuel line was sold separately, but not what to hook it to? Left a msg with a tech mgr...

    http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...y-heaters/1630
    Last edited by Rideski; 11-09-2012 at 02:47 PM.

  15. #1015
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    Most RV heaters in that size are forced air propane. You know there is less oxygen at altitude, right?

  16. #1016
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    A lot of good intel here for winter RVing. Most has been discussed but certainly some additional ideas.

    http://www.rv-camping.org/Articles/W...V-Camping.html

  17. #1017
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  18. #1018
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    Quote Originally Posted by foreal View Post
    A lot of good intel here for winter RVing. Most has been discussed but certainly some additional ideas.

    http://www.rv-camping.org/Articles/W...V-Camping.html
    Thank you.Loads of tips not covered here and unknown to me

    Hayduke Aug 7,1996 GS-Aug 26 2010
    HunterS March 17 09-Oct 24 14

  19. #1019
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  20. #1020
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    So hey, whats the dealio on a possible Magg RV summit? I could be up for that for sure.

  21. #1021
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Most RV heaters in that size are forced air propane. You know there is less oxygen at altitude, right?
    Is that why my lungs feel all funny when I climb 14ers?

    Yes, but just not sure why anyone would invent a heater that does not work above a certain altitude, or that is not certified to be safe while sleeping. Cheaper materials and avoiding litigation is what I am guessing. Read quite a while and never found the answer.

    Slept in the extra cab of my truck Saturday night when it was about 5F out and was entirely warm enough with just a couple of sleeping bags and comforters. I don't think I would have slept much in the truckbed under the topper on a sleeping platform though, lots more airspace and no engine heater to get things warmed up before bed and in the morning. Thinking about buying one of the better heaters and mounting it to the wall of the topper.

    I know you had a sleeping platform in your red and black truck, did you go with no heat at all in the Winter?

  22. #1022
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rideski View Post
    I know you had a sleeping platform in your red and black truck, did you go with no heat at all in the Winter?
    Nothing but down in that one.

  23. #1023
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    Happy to report that the FLTLNDR easily maintained 62 degrees inside when temps fell this week to 5 degrees overnight in Montana. Factory-installed propane furnace for the win.

  24. #1024
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    Quote Originally Posted by boltonoutlaw View Post
    Happy to report that the FLTLNDR easily maintained 62 degrees inside when temps fell this week to 5 degrees overnight in Montana. Factory-installed propane furnace for the win.
    "Factory-installed" doesn't help anyone (except, of course, people with factory-installed propane furnaces).

  25. #1025
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    Quote Originally Posted by davieboot View Post
    "Factory-installed" doesn't help anyone (except, of course, people with factory-installed propane furnaces).
    Not sure what your point is, or what help you need.

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