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Old 11-12-2014, 01:10 AM   #1
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Hello from Canada, NEW to the Forum

I'm thinking this will be a very informative group to be a member of, we just ordered our new unit a couple weeks ago and will expect it up here just after xmas, we should have 2 feet of snow by then..lol. This is our second Jayco, we owned a 1995 Eagle 264BH when we started our family, the boys have grown and we chose a unit more suitable for two now. This is our second 5'r, we just sold our 2005 30" Open Road. Looking forward to learning more about our Pinnacle from some people that are using them today, and just some general RV chatting.

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Glad you are with us and back to Jayco. Look forward to your new adventures with just the 2 of you. It is a different experience.

Will you be able to use the new rig soon? Two ft of snow would put a damper on it for me
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Welcome from Regina SK....the two feet of snow is not the real big deal, but the minus 40 is!
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Welcome to the forum from Yukon. We also ordered our unit during the winter, took possession of it in February and had to wait until the May long weekend to take it out for the first time.

And we already have a foot of snow on the ground!
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Old 11-12-2014, 12:19 PM   #9
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Thanks for the Welcome everyone. Going to take me a bit to navigate around the site, but so far it looks really well built with lots of different places to find info and advice.

We wont be able to use our New rig until spring this year because I still work fulltime as a consultant, the winter is my busy time of year up here, but I usually get 3-4 months off for spring and summer.
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Welcome to the forum , lot of Canadians from Alberta come down to Az in the winter and ride Atv's and enjoy the warm weather and enjoy the good life !
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