Condensation in portables directly related to the amount of propane used. Each pound of propane burned produces about 1.6 # of water. (1 1/2 pint) Ice melt from heater also adds moisture. Better insulated, less heat & condensation. A floor also greatly reduces moisture. The colder the outside temp the greater visible condensation. At -17 Deg. frost visible in my 949i Eskimo Hub - Big Buddy running on Hi, 18,000 BTU. At 21,600 BTU per pound propane frost in 4 hours on walls and celing. New Otters have excellent insulation, better than my Eskimo.
This is missing the point so far I didn’t even want to start commenting on it. So, that’s it, I’m done with that one.
Wardens should be following the mandate for whatever reason one wants to choose. And we have the right to ask them to or not let them in. Pretty simple. And I’m not a mask Nazi either. I hate em too but I wear them for others.
Seems intentional, I would say. They’d probably have too many and maybe too congested there? Or just more of closed residential perk?
Nice to have some discussion on it even though the OP didn’t seem to care after all.
Snowmobile trails not good. Haven't seen any grooming. Only good place to ride is in the woods. You can go anywhere on a wheeler in the woods and most anywhere on lakes. Look out for slush on lakes as we've had alot of that.
just talked to a friend of mine, north of deer river and said they havent, didnt get alot of snow with the last roiund. he said getting around on the lakes seemed pretty easy.
i was up over the new years weekend and when i drove home the trails i did see along with the road ditches looked pretty beat up. thats the best i got!!!!!!!