Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Moisture in a camper is a nightmare!

There are only a few things that drive me nuttier than the condensation that collects on the walls and in the window sills of our camper.

I had really thought that it would not be a problem here in the low humidity west. 

Boy, was I wrong.

There is moisture in more places than I can count.  The problem is that it can lead to mold which is extremely dangerous to breath in.

So, many of my days are spent wiping up the excessive water found in the many places in my home.

It is not what I prefer to do with my free time, but oh well. I guess I can't complain when I have such an awesome back yard...

Zion National Park.



Watchman Trail, Zion National Park, Utah

Virgin River near the Visitor Center at Zion National Park

Zion National Park

2 comments:

  1. Wow, it looks warm there! Are those pics from now!?

    How about a small dehumidifier?

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    1. Yeah, we have all those handy things - in Missouri! I didn't think it would get bad in the dry west. I guess I was wrong. It still isn't as bad as last year when we camped the winter in the midwest. The condensation was unbelievable even with the 2 dehumidifiers. With 8 of us in the camper we must put off a lot of moisture.

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