Over the last several weeks I have checked out the forums and have learnt heaps about what to see etc. Also a bit on the do's and don'ts of RVing. Now I have a question.
With only a week to go before we fly out to start our seven week adventure I have been watching the weather closely. It is still snowing in some parts!!!! My internet live weather link indicates it is snowing in Bryce today!!!
I am used to packing for wearing layers - here in NZ you can get four seasons in one day easy. But I had not intended bring my winter woollies - but looking at what your weather has been doing AM I SILLY NOT TO PACK THEM. We all have a light jacket and a warmer polo fleece each - put do I bring heavier tops and hat/scarves/gloves etc.
The next part is re-bedding. The RV company hires you a package - great - but when I asked them if we could hire more they said no as it was peak season and they only had enough to go around. So I am bring our sleeping bags. We are used to camping - even out in the low temps - BUT I HATE BEING COLD AT NIGHT - am I mad bringing them or with the way the weather has been - is it a good idea. A lot of the camping sites we are using do not have power so we will not have heating at night. Also before you say buy some - I am too 'tight' with my cash to go out and buy something I already have.
One other quick thing - has anyone heard an opening date for Cedars Break?
A very excited 'Kiwi'