Zone 2 does not heat. That is an cooling a/c only. Zone 1 controls both the heat pump (not efficient below 4.5C) and the furnace. I too have not accomplished the change over from heat pump to furnace automatically, but manually - I've done that!
Bed is not "standard" as you find in your home. It is 178cm x 203cm. I ordered special sheets from BedderBedding.com. A little pricey but very, very nice. Well worth the price! Magnitudes better quality than WalMart (known as Wally's World in the States.) Warning, pillowcases are priced each, so if you order 1, you will get only one!
When it is freezing, remember it is the furnace that keeps the plumbing in the basement warmed. You MUST run the furnace. In a future post on the Modifications thread, I'll talk about the warm air circulation I completed today. Just be careful about using space heaters keeping the cabin warm and not running the furnace.
And how I have experienced the wind! Alberta and Oklahoma have something in common - the only thing between you and the North Pole is a barbed wire fence, and that's half way down. (I have spent time in Calgary, Drumheller, Banff, and Field.) We camped in Norman, OK during the US Thanksgiving holidays. Took broadside winds at 55km/hr with gusts at 88km/hr. Let me tell you, the Dometic slide awnings popped louder than a seventh grade boys' locker room wet towel fight! Sonic booms they were! Finally parked "The Beast" on the north side near the bedroom slide to give a wind buffer! Got up, dressed, and braved the -10C wind chill to check the landing gear three times during the night. We did great!
Good luck, and see you in Kananaskis or hiking at Yoho sometime!
2011 Alpine 3640RL (Beauty)
(Gone! Now replaced by Beauty3)
2016 Ford F-450 (The Beast)
Diesel 4x4, DRW, LB, CC
Comfort Ride Hitch