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Old 06-10-2016, 09:16 PM   #3681
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Took the 32bhds in for some warrenty work...got a new tounge jack and had them look at the led lights over the sink that went out on our first long camping trip. Turns out the led bulbs went out had to order new ones from jayco. The new tounge jack works great. The old one was binding up when lowering the tounge onto the truck. Brought it home and gave it a good wash down and parked it and opened it up to dry out.

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Old 06-11-2016, 01:43 PM   #3682
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We put up [home made] curtains over the window in the door; earlier we replaced the came-with-it window with a piece of tinted plexi so we can actually see out of it, light still comes through, and people still can't see in. Also put up [home made] black-out curtains, which are pictured in the rolled up mode.

We tried attaching the black-out curtains with just Velcro, but even the industrial-strength stuff kept popping up, so DH used little screws, which are hidden by the ribbon tabs. At the bottom, there are elastic loops that slide over the ... bobbins? that hold the wires for the blinds.

We haven't tried them yet, but will leaving Monday for a week, and will test them then. Still need to cut a piece of foam board to use in the skylight ....
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Old 06-11-2016, 01:51 PM   #3683
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We put up [home made] curtains over the window in the door; earlier we replaced the came-with-it window with a piece of tinted plexi so we can actually see out of it, light still comes through, and people still can't see in. Also put up [home made] black-out curtains, which are pictured in the rolled up mode.

We tried attaching the black-out curtains with just Velcro, but even the industrial-strength stuff kept popping up, so DH used little screws, which are hidden by the ribbon tabs. At the bottom, there are elastic loops that slide over the ... bobbins? that hold the wires for the blinds.

We haven't tried them yet, but will leaving Monday for a week, and will test them then. Still need to cut a piece of foam board to use in the skylight ....
You guys must like to sleep in in the mornings! None of that happening here....

For some reason when camping kids like to get up at sunrise! Especially when with the scouts.

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Old 06-11-2016, 04:46 PM   #3684
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When we go to Highland Games, we "camp" in RV parks, and they have lights on all night. We'll test the curtains next week when we dry camp, but they're really for KOA trips. :-)
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Old 06-11-2016, 06:00 PM   #3685
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Pulled it back to Dash Point SP, parked it, worked a couple hours splitting wood, then finished getting the TT set up. Just like home again, with some chicken cookin' in the pot.
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Old 06-11-2016, 06:10 PM   #3686
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Pulled it back to Dash Point SP, parked it, worked a couple hours splitting wood, then finished getting the TT set up. Just like home again, with some chicken cookin' in the pot.
Be there 7/17 site 37, hows the park Bill?
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Old 06-11-2016, 06:33 PM   #3687
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Did a little waxing...
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Old 06-11-2016, 09:14 PM   #3688
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Pulled the trailer out of our storage lot, then hosed off the roof and washed the entire rig. It was very dusty! Next came a coat of wax on all but the front of it, due to being in direct sunlight by then. Tomorrow morning I'll run over to the lot and finish what I started.
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Be there 7/17 site 37, hows the park Bill?
Looking good, Edd. I'll stop by and visit when you're here.
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Old 06-12-2016, 10:24 PM   #3690
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Rotated my tongue jack 90 degrees so I can open my tailgate.

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