r.v. ibg over christmas.

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by mdavis5855, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. mdavis5855

    mdavis5855 New Member

    Hi. My wife and I are traveling up to see our new grandson over christmas in the central valley of california.
    We will be staying at a KOA in Atascadero. I have an itasca spirit 29b MH. It has heaters for the holding tanks. I plan on having the water heater on all night along with the holding tank heaters we will have hookups. I do wory about the plastic water hoses. Do I need to? I usaly turn off the MH heater at night. Will I be OK? Have never winterized the MH because it is stored in camero (close to the beach). Can not wait to go. :)
    Mike and Sue
     
  2. mdavis5855

    mdavis5855 New Member

    RE: r.v. ibg over christmas.

    Hi. I am woried about freezing the water pipes.
     
  3. *scooter*

    *scooter* Senior Member

    Re: r.v. ibg over christmas.

    The temps can get low during the evening, but warms up to the 50's during the day. I just checked out the temps and at 7:33 pm it's about 47 deg. but should get to about the 30's the next two evenings.
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Re: r.v. ibg over christmas.

    As scooter said ,, and he should know ,, he lives there ,, i would not worry about the pipes freezing ,, with those kinda temps ,, u would need quit a few days of constant below 30 degrees or colder to really do any damage ,, now the shore water line ,, well it might get slushy ,, but i doubt it ,, but if u have what u say ,, IE.. the tank heaters ,, then i would say that u have a close or maybe a 4 seasons rv ,, that means it was built to use yr round ,, and if that is the case ,, then u are more than covered ,, for the climate u are heading into .. but JMO :approve: :approve: :approve: :approve: :) :)
     
  5. mdavis5855

    mdavis5855 New Member

    RE: r.v. ibg over christmas.

    Thank you all. I will rest easer those nights.

    Mike.
     

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