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    ddturner
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    Cold weather traveling with water on board

    Dec 11 we are leaving for Az from Littleton Co. Hope to spend night in Albuquerque, then on to Az. Our Solitude 369 is winterized, but will need water in Albq. for necessities! How do we keep lines from freezing until we get to warmer weather?

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    Last Winter in another 5er, we carried bottled water for drinking/cooking and other water in jugs for flushing etc. Kept antifreeze in the holding tanks so the valves did not freeze. Did not put water in tank or lines until we got to warmer climates. This was not a GD, but principle is the same. YMMV

    George
    George and Connie
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    2014 Ram 3500 Dually

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    Thanks George. We have friends in Albq who are letting us spend the night, so now we don't have to worry. At least until we return the end of January. Ugh! We will deal with that then

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