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Author Topic: Trip - Holder Mine Campground, Withlacoochee State Park (Inverness FL)  (Read 300 times)

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Are you sick of my trip posts yet? Should I stop?

Here's the vid - - https://youtu.be/dHi5O8PnjIw

I know I can't stop camping. I am loving having the TT, filming our little trips, etc. We froze our asses off this past weekend. Yay for furnace!

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Re: Trip - Holder Mine Campground, Withlacoochee State Park (Inverness FL)
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2020, 08:58:11 PM »
These videos are SO much fun. Thanks for taking the time to make and post them :)

We have the same screen house as you have and I laughed at the incongruity of your wearing a winter coat in a screen house.  8)

I have never thought of using cinnamon swirl bread for French toast. What a great idea!

Keep 'em coming. The videos make the forum fun and I'm learning a lot too.

As a side note, you can keep the camper warm enough for comfortable sleeping with a small ceramic type electric and heater and avoid the furnace noise and propane use until it gets really chilly.
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Re: Trip - Holder Mine Campground, Withlacoochee State Park (Inverness FL)
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2020, 10:30:44 AM »
I appreciate the encouragement Merlin, thank you very much. We're having a blast, and I get a real kick out learning video editing. Now starting to put my own music to these rather than copyright free music. We have a new 'cooking' product hopefully Edye will debut next trip, so that should be amusing !

Do you have a specific heater you recommend?

These videos are SO much fun. Thanks for taking the time to make and post them :)

We have the same screen house as you have and I laughed at the incongruity of your wearing a winter coat in a screen house.  8)

I have never thought of using cinnamon swirl bread for French toast. What a great idea!

Keep 'em coming. The videos make the forum fun and I'm learning a lot too.

As a side note, you can keep the camper warm enough for comfortable sleeping with a small ceramic type electric and heater and avoid the furnace noise and propane use until it gets really chilly.

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Re: Trip - Holder Mine Campground, Withlacoochee State Park (Inverness FL)
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2020, 11:12:38 AM »
I use an electric heating element I installed in my Coleman Cub 9.2 AC unit. They make an integrated heating element for many of their AC units that nicely takes the chill off without having a separate heater in the camper. Other manufacturers may do the same.

For a separate stand-alone heater, I found 2 threads on that with recommendations from others. One of these would likely work well for you.

https://aluminumcamperforum.com/index.php?topic=722.msg5423#msg5423

https://aluminumcamperforum.com/index.php?topic=322.msg5151#msg5151
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Re: Trip - Holder Mine Campground, Withlacoochee State Park (Inverness FL)
« Reply #4 on: December 23, 2020, 04:26:45 PM »
We use a electric bathroom heater.  Works great as long as we have a site with power.  Takes the edge off and saves on the propane.
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