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Who wouldn't want their pictures taken standing beside the Wiener Mobile. It's a thrill that will last my grandkids a lifetime, and is at least as important a milestone as visiting Disney World.
A lot of the day was spent getting the Arctic Fox ready to be towed the 3 or 4 miles over to Chatfield State Park, where it will spend Sunday night getting prepared to live in Denver for the winter instead of schlepping around in the desert areas of Arizona.
Winterizing the Arctic Fox is relatively easy since the plumbing has everything I need to winterize it already built-in at the factory. The hot water tank has a bypass built into the plumbing, so all I have to do is turn one valve on the hot water tank, which will stop water from going into the tank since it's already empty.
The lowest place in the hot and cold water plumbing has two valves, which, when opened, will drain the water system of all the hot and cold water as long as you open all the faucets in the trailer.
And the water pump already has a bypass built-in that has 3 feet of hose connected to it, so all I have to do is stick the other end of the hose in a gallon jug of RV antifreeze, turn one valve, turn on the water pump, and when antifreeze comes out all of the faucets, I'm done.
There are a few more odds and ends, such as making sure I flush the toilet, which will bring the antifreeze into the flush mechanism. Opening up the outside shower faucet, opening the check valve on the city water connection, and opening the valve on the black water tank sprayer, so antifreeze gets in the black water tank cleaner line.
It takes all of 15 minutes to accomplish; it takes longer to explain it than it does to do it. But I've done it a lot of times when I lived in the Colorado mountains. I traveled a lot during the winter in those days, so my various RVs were getting winterized and de-winterized several times a year.
The wiener mobile has about 8 seats in it, and could easily be turned into an RV. I don't know what they do with their old Wiener Mobiles, but who wouldn't want to show up at a $100 a night class A's only RV resort in the Winter Mobile..
Sometimes the Sandhill Cranes would almost fill the pastel skies at sunrise.