In the summer of 2018 I made a bold decision to move in an RV. I'm OCD so obsess over anything that grabs my attention. I'll have chewed through data that most folks take in over a period of a few months in a few weeks.
The reasoning... I'm moving to Dallas and after looking at cost of apartments and post selling my house I just couldn't justify renting again.
So I made the decision to go with keystone and the hc. I resided in Kentucky for about first year, currently wrapping up the winter.
As I said I do my research and was aware of the short comings an took many precautions. Heated water hose, skirting, etc. Large 500lb propane tank.
Kentucky has had a milder temperature than I would say we normally have had in the past but have had some cold spells with temperatures as low as 5 degrees.
I've been very pleased with the performance of the rv. I've been able to maintain a temperature of 72 + degrees. I've had zero water freezing even with a few furnace issues, space heaters were able to keep the interior adequately warm.
A warm welcome from Eastern Nebraska. My wife and I have a 2018 321MK and are looking forward to going full time in the not too distant future. We are getting ready to spend the month of April at our favorite campground in the Des Moines area. Last year we were in a Forest River TT for our April trip and the temps were often in the low teens at night. Needless to say we had a hard time staying warm. Looking forward to a much more pleasant experience this year.
2018 High Country 321MK
2017 Silverado 2500HD Duramax Diesel