Alright, I've gone a month in the RV, taken my lumps, and learned a lot. Now the weather is starting to cool and I can feel October chills approaching. I live in Mississippi, where the temperature almost never gets below 30degrees F but I can see how even that can become a problem. What should a full-timer anticipate living in an RV during the winter. I've been scared by stories of waste tanks freezing and pipes bursting. I wonder if the heat strip in the AC unit is enough or weather the 10gal Propane tank is enough to run the furnace. How do you prepare an RV for colder weather without completely sacrificing it's mobility?