Thanks Steveblonde.......Thanks for the info.
Mattress protector takes care of bodily fluids
We don't expect to keep this one either - will most likely change it next year going with a good Tempur mattress like we have at home.
You talked about using your furnace...... how long can you go on your propane before a refill? We're new at TT and never used the one in the truck camper as we had a small electric heater that did the job. Now we have the Denali 28' with a 30,000 BTU furnace & the standard 2x30lbs propane tanks. We also have the electric fireplace that also throws out some heat (maybe that's all we will need) and we will get a couple of good electric heaters too boot for the daytime (got to watch the amperage though as we only have 30amps where we camp) and will use the furnace at night (set at 68 +/-). So, I was just wondering how long the propane will last when using the furnace.
Our maiden voyage with the new trailer will be for a 10 day stint starting May 8th. Given that we still have a good 18" of snow on the ground and it was -17C (that's 1 degree US) last night, we expect to be using the furnace. This winter has been hell as we were, at one time in February, the coldest place on the planet - Ottawa, Canada). Mind you, when I was stationed in good ol' northern Sask., we saw -55C - -60C , including wind (that's -67 degrees US). I tell people here about driving off in the morning with flat bottomed tires and they think I am pulling their leg...LOL