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RE: [RC] Heaters in trailers....try a down comforter - Chrystal Woodhouse

Susan's post reminded me of why I don't get cold without heaters and we camp/ ride in Canada with snow and freezing rain in April and sometimes( if we are REALLY lucky  <g>) May, and then often at  our last ride in October, DOWN COMFORTERS!!!!!!  Try one you really wont' be cold again!!:-)
One particularly nasty October it was so cold outside that I just couldn't force my self to take of my purple and pink poodle pajama pants ( say that 5x fast:-))))  when I went down for the a.m. trot out, my vet threatened to pull me if he had to look at them again!!!!:-)


"Susan E. Garlinghouse, DVM" <suendavid@xxxxxxx>
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10/30/2007 01:08 PM

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RE: [RC]   Heaters in trailers

All I know is that the carbon monoxide "sniffers" in RVs are always (at
least in mine) located way down low right next to the floor.

Bad thing to make a guess about and find out you were incorrect in your

Susan Garlinghouse, DVM

P.S. We (I suppose) could run the furnace at night in our motorhome on
battery (never tried it all night), but years ago, a friend brought me back
an ENORMOUS down comforter from Czechoslovakia.  Lemme tell ya, those Czechs
understand how to make a warm comforter that would withstand an Arctic
blizzard.  That thing is amazing, even without letting the dogs underneath.


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RE: [RC] Heaters in trailers, Susan E. Garlinghouse, DVM