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PancakeBill

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WorkCamp in Yellowstone
« on: September 16, 2015, 03:24:02 PM »
https://apply.coolworks.com/ya/job-details.asp?JobID=46801

Work in Yellowstone for the Non-Profit Yellowstone Association, join other RV Forum members working here.  Time to apply. 
Bill & Jolene W & Koda

Old Faithful, Yellowstone Association Bookstore
1997 Southwind 35P
Toads: 1997 Honda Accord & 1986 Westfalia
FMCA F-401354
1995 OMI Dobro F-60
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ERW1209

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Re: WorkCamp in Yellowstone
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2016, 05:53:27 PM »
My wife and I are hoping to land jobs there for the 2017 season. Our concern has been the cold evenings early May and Oct. What do the campers do to protect their water lines when it gets that cold? We have 25 ft fifth wheel standard insulation package. Thank you

PancakeBill

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Re: WorkCamp in Yellowstone
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2017, 05:44:06 PM »
Old question, but we do a couple things.
1- disconnect and drain
2 Buy heated hose like the Pirate
3 wrap heat tape around hose and cover with foam.

Bill & Jolene W & Koda

Old Faithful, Yellowstone Association Bookstore
1997 Southwind 35P
Toads: 1997 Honda Accord & 1986 Westfalia
FMCA F-401354
1995 OMI Dobro F-60
WA1RI

Ken & Sheila

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Re: WorkCamp in Yellowstone
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2017, 08:51:18 AM »
Bill,

That link takes you to a Page for Yellowstone Forever. Another click take you to the home page.

You might want to change the link.
Ken & Sheila
2009 Monaco Camelot 42 PDQ
2008 Jeep Liberty, 2006 Saturn Vue
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Gary RV_Wizard

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Re: WorkCamp in Yellowstone
« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2017, 09:19:23 AM »
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What do the campers do to protect their water lines when it gets that cold? We have 25 ft fifth wheel standard insulation package. Thank you

Wear sweaters and plan on using a lot of propane. An electric space heater helps too, but can be a nuisance if you only have 30A shore power.
Gary
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Summers: Black Mountain, NC
Home: Ocala National Forest, FL

 

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