How to Survive a Canadian Winter in an  RV

How to Survive a Canadian Winter in an RV

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Oh Canada look pretty and peacefully but would you be crazy enough to live in a trailer while I’m – wish okay well turn out we are and we survived in this video we will show you how in and why living up the grid was the best choice border but maybe you’d want to know what happened to the van you know her previous home to make a short story we came back from Alaska with the van and let just say that a pen now back to the trailer when we first moved in the place took a little bit old and rundown and it was cold we took off the whole curtains and some furniture – new curtains and pillow [Music] we built a composting toilet well it was more hibachi minute island we didn’t want the bug to freeze so instead of using it we hold water every day we add insulation to the floor the roof everywhere we clean [Music] we install a propane heater and the best part are tiny wood stud this would keep us super warm for the rest of the winter [Music] we painted cabinets and walls and finally our new home was looking pretty good life wasn’t so bad we could play in the snow and then come back in to grab a cup of coffee and dwell again we discovered that turn your backyard was one of a kind [Music] some chores were harder than others for example taking a bath take several steps boil water for in the bug sprayer position the folding bucket in front of the reader and pump and get clean [Music] traveling the roof I can’t even remember all many times I had to do this but then after living in a van for over a year living in a trailer was pretty easy we didn’t even have to move around to find a place to sleep at night then someday something has spring kings back we made it through winter oh now what who really knows all we know is that we’ll be back into bed soon travel some more and continue to live tiny end of the grid you

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