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We had good luck with a few of these:





Stephen & Karen and our six boys, ages 21, 21, 19, 17, 14, & 11
Stephen - Military retiree (as of summer 2012) & current DOI employee (Big Bend National Park)
Karen - Homeschooling stay-at-home mom & veteran
San Antonio, Texas

Fulltimed May 2013 - July 2014 (yes, all eight of us!)
Open Range "Rolling Thunder" (H396RGR - fifth wheel toy hauler bunkhouse) - SOLD
Ford F-350 diesel dually - for the camper
Ford E-350 fifteen passenger van - for the crew

Our unfinished travel blog: http://coach-and-six.blogspot.com/

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We have a small Eva Dry. When I have to replace it, I will get the medium size instead of the small one. It works well and it's quiet. I would also suggest more than one. We are in a motorhome and could use 1 for the bedroom an 1 for the front.

Pat DeJong

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A great deal depends upon where you are, particularly in cold weather. If you spend your winter in the desert and it is warm enough that you don't keep everything closed up all of the time, they you may not need to do anything. If you are where it is cold most of the time in winter and you never have an open window, then you will need something and might want two small units. If you spend your winter in the Pacific Northwest, you will need at least one, perhaps two depending upon the size of the dehumidifier. While we traveled with a dehumidifier, when wintering in the Yuma area we never needed it. When we wintered near Monterey, CA we did use it a lot. In south TX we used it when closed up for a cold snap, but not when weather was warm so that we opened windows. In south FL to the best of my memory we didn't use it much, if at all.

Good travelin !...............Kirk

Full-time 11+ years...... Now seasonal travelers.
Kirk & Pam's Great RV Adventure



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