Our TT is nearly identical to yours, just a slight difference in the bathroom configuration. If you get into boondocking (dry camping away from electrical and water) you will need a generator to keep your batteries charged. I recommend you not scrimp on a generator but buy a Yamaha or Honda with a min size of 2000 watts. This won't run your AC, but your batteries will be fully charged and this extends your camping trip. The advise on your awning to roll it up when you are gone is solid advise. I always carry a sidearm when boondocking but that is a personal choice as some are not comfortable with them. I carry a Rubbermaid 5 gal gerry can for water only if I need to replenish my water supply but your basic water tank is nice and large. Once you are set up, it is a good idea to unplug your trailer from your tow vehicle until you are ready to leave. I hopew you enjoy your trailer as much as we do. We are sold on Jayco.
2011 Jayflight 23FB G2
2003 Chevy 1500 4x4
Wife Peggy and 2 Beagles and a rescue Cocker Spaniel
2007 Yamaha Grizzly 400 ATV and Yamaha 2000 watt Genny
Me/retired insurance claims and DW/retired RN.
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