Hello! Im new here and would like to here peoples experience. I realize this is a US forum but all the Canadian forums seem to be dead. So heres the plan... Me and a friend want to go across canada in search of jobs and an experience. Currently we live in Toronto but I lived in Alberta last year and loved it so wanna head back out west. We both work landscaping and with the season coming to a end December/January is looking like our departure date. A part of me says just stay in hotels/motels along the way but I was also thinking getting a small sports trailer then we can tow along with us to sleep in and store some of our stuff. I have a f350 diesel so it shouldnt be a problem towing it. So now for the questions.. 1) Is it manageable to make the drive across canada in the coldest months? 2) Will pulling a RV trailer with us make it significantly more dangerous? 3) Having a diesel will this cause for problems..Keeping the block warm (i suppose a generator is a must) Let me know your thoughts/experiences on winter RVing or going across the country!