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I always use my sun flower heater to warm up some soups or hot coco if the gf is with me. I think the only thing you aren't allowed to do on ice is have a sleeping bag or anything they can say you are camping/sleeping with. They don't like sleeping on the ice.
 

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I can't pull the 5th wheel out onto twin?
I've also wondered such. The big ice jump to get onto the lake from the boat ramp might make it a bit iffy.
 

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Naw man, I have a ******* engineered ice jump removal strategy :)
Pm me haha. I've heard of guys up north who huck anchors into a small piece of open water then hook it to their truck to make open water.
 

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if you drive a 5th wheel on lemme know, so i know were to go mark my new structure, and to see how long it stays above ice.. i drove my diesel on twin once.... once. helluva feeling listening as intently as one does after parking on a frozen lake...
 

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if you drive a 5th wheel on lemme know, so i know were to go mark my new structure, and to see how long it stays above ice.. i drove my diesel on twin once.... once. helluva feeling listening as intently as one does after parking on a frozen lake...
was it early? Last time I drove on it, it was thick. 25"will support 25tons!
http://www.fishingvermont.net/Ice_thickness.htm
 
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