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Old 01-22-2012, 08:21 AM   #1
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Campground Water in the Winter

There's a few that winter camp or fulltime in the snow like we do . Whats the best setup on the campground end of things that you have ever used or seen. Simple but freeze proof.

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Old 01-22-2012, 11:04 AM   #2
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mikell, Howdy;

Here in New Mexico, the Southern part, temps rarely go below 10 deg.
The owners put plant pots (flimsey plastic), over to top (the risers are maybe 6 - 8 inches tall), and filled them with dirt.

Now, in Central Utah, where it can get down to - somethings and stick there for awhile. The risers are about 18 -20 inches tall, the owners place 24" pieces of 10" or 12" ID PVC pipe over the risers and fill with spun fiberglass insulation (think pink), then put a heavy rubber bucket over the top.

Just what I've seen. Each works for it's own enviroment....

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