31858Re: bought my 2nd classic RV
- Mar 6, 2009I freezing 1/2 gallon milk jugs sounds like a really good Idea. Then when we are camping we can refreeze them in the freezer. Smart thinking, sounds a lot safer than traveling with the propane on or risking having the food get to warm. Now I just got to get my barn cleaned out so I have a place to park it and work on it a little, I got my first trip comming up in May.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Warren <wncol2004@...> wrote:
> Sounds like you got it all figured out.
> If you get it good and cold before you hit the road, It will stay cool for a
> while if you don't open it.
> You can also freeze half gallon milk jugs and put them in there before you
> hit the road to help keep it cold.
> A full frig stays cold longer than a empty one.
> Also make sure all items are pre chilled or already frozen before you put
> then in the RV frig.
> Or you can run your generator if the motor home has one and run the frig on
> 120 volt AC while your traveling.
> Another option is get an inverter to run the frig while traveling.
> Lots of options there.
> Best of luck and sounds like you got a decent deal and a good RV.
> 1989 GMC R2500 HD Suburban.
> 1953 Airstream Cruiser Travel trailer (The Runaway Sue)
> Western KY
> On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 8:34 PM, Sirrobyn0 <sirrobyn0@...> wrote:
> > ...snip... this is the first time I have had
> > a refrigerator that is 110 volt and propane only, in the little
> > travel trailer we had it had 12 VDC as well. With a 110 / gas only
> > fridge how do you keep your food cold when traveling?
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