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Old 02-05-2015, 05:03 PM   #1
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The wife and I recently purchased a 28BHBE for us and our four kids, we were actually able to sneak it in the drive way the night before Christmas so the kids were pretty excited the next morning. This was a upgrade from a slide in camper and tent so even though we are used to camping, I am sure there is going to be a bit of a learning curve with the trailer life. So far I have enjoyed reading everyone's post and am looking forward to doing a few mods.
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The wife and I recently purchased a 28BHBE for us and our four kids, we were actually able to sneak it in the drive way the night before Christmas so the kids were pretty excited the next morning. This was a upgrade from a slide in camper and tent so even though we are used to camping, I am sure there is going to be a bit of a learning curve with the trailer life. So far I have enjoyed reading everyone's post and am looking forward to doing a few mods.
WOW! Must be a story lurking in there about sneaking in a trailer in your drive way on Christmas eve!

Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to the forum.

Since you upgraded from a slide-in, I'd make a guess and say that backing your rig will be major learning curve along with 'tail swing' and negotiating some campground curves. Just be patient and take it slow. It's all good.
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Welcome from North Texas. We have the same model and love it!
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Welcome neighbor. I just joined up here also. We probably live within 10 miles of each other.
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Welcome neighbor. I just joined up here also. We probably live within 10 miles of each other.
Probably, just my luck the dealer here takes on the Jayco line right after I buy mine out of town
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