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paalmlie
post Sep 29 2004, 11:38 PM
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Will a 28 foot airstream hold up year round in Alaska?
Will the same type hold up with air-conditioner in AZ?
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John Blue
post Oct 11 2004, 02:18 PM
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PappaDee,

We spent couple weeks in Alaska in Sep. I think you would die in the winter months at -70. If you run out of propane one night you would not make it out for help. You would need a 1000 lbs tank. People in dead of winter do not move around a lot. I think you would need to live in a ice house to stay warm.

On AZ, the sun is very hot (120 plus) in summer months. I think the sun would cook you in short order. You would need very large A/C system to stay cool.

I think it is better to move to a place that the weather is better as the year changes. If you are hot move north and if you are cold move south. Airstreams have wheels.


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