Icicles where I don't expect them
I hope the pictures show up. I have icicles hanging from the bottom on the back of the curbside living room tip out. The first time I saw them I plugged in the trailer and put the living room out expecting to see a snow drift inside. Nothing, not even any dampness. As I removed them I noticed that the trailer body there is essentially hanging free and can be moved a little away from the rubber seal. I conjured up that the snow storm we had caused drifting just in that little area then the sun melted it and created the icicles. That was a month or so ago. We haven't had another snowstorm until last Monday, and it was a pretty good blowing drifting storm. Today was the first time the sun has really come out and sure enough there are the icicles. After taking the pictures I again examined and didn't find snow just the icicles. I am probably going to have to wait until another good blowing drifting snow storm and then go out right away to see where the snow is accumulating. I did not put out the tip out this time as it is very cold and it was cold the last time and it seemed like the tip outs didn't want to move very well. I know the hydraulic fluid is supposed to be OK in the cold but I don't want to chance it again. Has anyone else experienced these icicles?
Rob & Kathy
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