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I guess it would depend on where you want to go. I don't think it would be much fun to wake up in the morning and find 6" of snow. Now if you are talking Arizona or something like that, I would probably like that.
Todd how do you folks normally camp. Provincial sites, out in the boonies or at serviced campsites?
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I was talking to a truck driver a couple years back about how he and his wife went into Mexico through Arizona with their rv. Woke up to snow in Arizona. So they went south. Woke up to snow in Mexico too. They turned around and came home to BC for some rain.
Joe drives an 02 supercab shortbed 3.0 liter automatic power nothing Ranger Edge.
Joe's wife drives an 06 5.4 liter 3 valve, automatic 4x4 power everything Eddie Bauer Expedition. BC Chapter Member
Provincial sites mostly, but I'd like to get a little more adventurous. The 5th wheel has a furnace and the truck has 4wd...just wondering if anyone has tried camping in the snow and towing in the snow.
Maybe its not a very realistic idea...
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