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Monday, February 23, 2015


Yes, I bet you were excited to get back to the warmer temps. Even with the few cool days they had while you were away, it was still far better than the north.

This is exactly what we needed to know since we are heading that way next winter. It will be so hard to leave the west again but with my mother still there on the east coast and all of our windows fogged, the trip is necessary. We are planning to have our windows done around the end of Nov, beginning of Dec.

Thanks for showing deals about the windows:)

Our Cambridge also has several windows needing defogging so I don't think the paint baking played a role
. Probably get ours done this year

We already have our appointment for 17th of March. 8^)

-- jc&bev

We're in self induced winter here in Aspen! As much as we enjoy our ski time, we are always glad to get back to the warmth after our winter holiday.
It certainly is a good feeling to haul out the shorts and t shirts again!
Its going to be very strange living in the rig without windows :-)

Agree with you totally on double-pane windows. I must have missed the deals John and Pam are referring to. I thought the windows were $225 each unless you could do some personal dickering. Maybe that's what they meant. Or perhaps they meant to type details. Anyway I'm glad to see all this information about it. Thanks so much! Looks like we are not the only ones needing windows replaced. Winnona's into her 10th year and there are only two fogged so I think we are pretty lucky.

We had double-pane windows in our Bigfoot TT and thought they were essential. But our new Arctic Fox TT didn't have them (although they are an option) and we crossed our fingers and bought it anyway.

I was afraid that we would be cold, have problems with condensation, and have less insulation from outside noise. We actually planned that we would retrofit our new trailer with double pane windows. But….none of my concerns have turned out to be problems. We've only been in our new trailer since January, but we've been in sustained temps of below freezing and were just as warm as we were with double-pane windows. No problems with condensation or noise, either. Doesn't make sense, but we're thrilled to not have to replace the windows!

Kind of a snug little cave with all the windows covered. :)

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