We started camping last season with our 2011 Jayco17Z. At the last local trailer show we traded up to the 28BHS. The 17 was good to get our feet wet as it were, but we found not quite enough room for 4.
Now the issue is too much snow in yard to get the old one out to trade! Then I immediately wanna get camping!! Nuts, I know, but done with winter!!
I look forward to hearing all the trailering tales of others.
Welcome to the group. 28BHS owners seem to be joining every day! Well, almost. We bought a used TT the first time and also kept it less then a year as we realized it was just too small. The 28 BHS is just right for us. Enjoy the new TT, if it ever warms up. -Lee
2017 Coachmen Catalina 283RKS
2018 Ford F250 Super Duty 6.2l CCSB
2010 Jayflight 28BHS (sold)
I gave up my 76 Dodge Jamboree motorhome for a 2000 Jayco Eagle 296 FBS in November managed to get rid of the old and drag home the new... I've even manged through the winter to fix up all the small issues I found on the new Jayco plus put new rubber on it. So all I need to do is pack it up now...
Like this morning I just woke up to 2" inches of snow.
2011 Eagle 330RLTS with just about every option.
2017 Silverado 1500 4x4 5.3 with tow package. (no, we don't tow the Jayco with it.)
2018 Surveyor 265RLDS well equipped.
Life in the slow lane is still life.
Short sleeve day here today. Played golf in short sleeves Monday. Going on boat ride tomorrow, supposed to be in mid 70's. The early flowers are blooming. Last snow was three weeks ago. Move south, won't be long until we complain of the July heat!
F250 HD 7.3 Diesel :)
31 Ft RLS Designer 5th Wheel :D