Originally Posted by llofthouse
Wish I could find it as well. I have backtracked however it's like looking for a needle in a haystack at this point. We are very familiar with water issues being home/ boat owners. It can be scary and expensive when these issues happen. I was looking at the "four season" articles and comments on their site at the time. Glad that Escape has the weep holes. On our boat excess water goes into the bilge and we pump it out. When and if we get an Escape we would be travelling in Jan/Feb and was curious about how the trailer would hold up in less than ideal weather conditions.
Hi: llofthouse... Here's a pic of me getting ready to tug off to Florida 2 yrs. ago. The only problem we faced was a patch of black ice in Windsor Ont. The traffic light changed and I should have kept on tugging. I braked and got stopped straight before entering the intersection... just barely!!!
We slept in the trailer mid Jan. in Cracker Barrels with the furnace on but forgot how hard those memo foams get when cold!!! Alf
escape artist N.S. of Lake Erie