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Old 04-01-2016, 11:15 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Iowa Dave View Post
Take consolation that you still have to do the conversion. When it gets to -40 it's the same for all of us. I've been out in -28 F real temp and that's cold enough for me.
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Well, I guess that's something. Coldest I've ever been in was on a business trip near Fairbanks. Minus 55 F with a wind chill of minus 65. Nobody went out. Period. Except of course to do the boiling water thrown in the air trick, and to laugh at a Texan's discomfiture.

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Old 04-01-2016, 11:46 PM   #42
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I saw my neighbour's Bigfoot covered in green last week, just like Glen's Escape photos. Then I took the cover off of our Escape 21 and was delighted to see that it still looked like new. No scratches (we don't have much wind here) and still shining like new. Today we got back from 3 days camping at Deception Pass and tomorrow I will very easily wash off the dirt from our trip. I believe the cover saves a TON of work. Also, cleaning a 17 foot Escape's roof is easier than a 21's wider roof. I worried about falling off the step ladder as I stretched to reach the middle of the roof when I polished our baby last year. If our cover lasts another 2 winters it will work out to $75 a year (Canadian$). I sure don't regret getting it.

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