You know what Labrador dogs are like: loyal, playful, resourceful. This Lab came over to me and said, ‘My pack has a problem. The truck is broken. We have no where to park the trailer. We can’t run the a/c and it is really hot. And I am really worried about my ferret.’ So I said, ‘Of course I will pull your trailer to your home.’
Someone reading this post is saying that there isn’t enough detail. We disagree. Here’s why: 1) the truck and trailer always behave in the same way when you move the steering wheel in the same way, and 2) the only thing that changes each time you park your trailer is the site.
While traveling in December from Arizona to British Columbia, the furnace in our 2014 Outdoors RV Manufacturing 250 RDS quit. Untimely for sure. I don’t need an RV furnace problem in December.
I do not take winter RV travel lightly. I start looking at the weather forecast two weeks out – I want to see the trends as much as I want to see the forecast. Hitting the weather window as planned does not guarantee that there will not be other problems.
Weather plays a big role in our planning – and our reality. We plan to go where we want to be based on weather. In reality, getting there is often at the mercy of the weather – too hot, too cold, too windy, too wet to travel.