Then it happen. Around 10PM the snow started. That’s right, a mid March, Kentucky snow turned the area into a white out for a couple of hours. We woke up this morning to almost 4 inches of snow in the campground.
We’re also having temperatures around the mid to low 20’sF at night. We’re prepared for cold weather, but this caught us by surprise for this time of year. I know, I know, for my YouTube friends in the northern US states and in Canada, this isn’t a big deal. For for Joan and I, we just don’t get this stuff in middle Georgia. The kitties were even amazed, running from window to window trying to figure out what this white stuff was falling from the sky. Both Mink and Molly are exhausted from the virtual track race all morning long.
With the freezing temperature, we’ve had to take a few extra steps to protect the RV campground water. We filled the RV water tank for the evening, unhook the water hose and brought the valued water pressure regulator inside to protect it from freezing. One other item to share. If you don’t have a water pressure regulator, you should. Where we’re parked, the water pressure is over 70 psi. This wreaks havoc on a RV water system. Protect you RV water fittings and hoses by purchasing a good quality, lead free pressure regulator with a pressure meter to ensure your camper’s water systems is protected.
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Products shared in this blog:
Renator M11-0660R Water Pressure Regulator Valve – http://amzn.to/2FBDYNw
Camco TastePURE Inline Water Filter – http://amzn.to/2FBL2tN
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