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Old 06-04-2011, 08:45 AM   #11
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You dont realize it but you have chosen the absolute best floorplan of any Jayco ever made. Ever. ;-) Seriously, welcome. I have 2 small kids (6 and 7) and my wife and I are always commenting on how great the 19bh works for us. You have EVERYTHING the big boys have, just in a smaller package. When they get a little older and inevitabley, bigger, we may look at something a little longer. We also have a 2010. I was checking out your pics and I actually noticed a couple of differences. Instead of the acordian door in the bunk/bathroom area, we have a curtain. Also, you have an extra open cabinet for a tv above your dinette, where we have an area to hang a flat panel tv. Your mirrors are great. I may use that tip. Anyway, enjoy. You will love it.
We are thrilled with the floorplan!I used to have a 30 foot Dutchman with a slide but we never spend time in the camper. This one is small very manuverable and fits in the small sites at the state parks we frequent. I feel the same as you that I didn't sacrifice any amenities for the size plus we spend about 90% of our time outdoors anyways.

I was checking out another picture you posted and saw the small diamond plate box you had mounted on your tongue. That is a great idea! What size was the box I want to add one of those to mine!
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Old 06-04-2011, 08:48 AM   #12
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I have camped in everything from tents to Hybrids but just purchased my first Jayco 19BH travel trailer and I can't wait to get i out and camp in it.


You mean that picture it at home???? Thought that was some wonderful campground you found! I'd like to book that site sometime!
Haha....Yeah I live in the middle of 11 acres of woods but the problem is if I stay home all I do is work on projects, deal with problems at work, and don't spend any time relaxing. Maybe I should put in some electric hookups and let people camp here lol.
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Old 06-04-2011, 07:36 PM   #13
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We are thrilled with the floorplan!I used to have a 30 foot Dutchman with a slide but we never spend time in the camper. This one is small very manuverable and fits in the small sites at the state parks we frequent. I feel the same as you that I didn't sacrifice any amenities for the size plus we spend about 90% of our time outdoors anyways.

I was checking out another picture you posted and saw the small diamond plate box you had mounted on your tongue. That is a great idea! What size was the box I want to add one of those to mine!
The tool box has worked out great. I bought it at Lowes. Its for a full size pickup, but its only 12 inches deep. Fits perfectly between the propane tanks and the front wall of the camper. Keep all my towing items in there as well as a few hand tools. Has worked out wonderfully. Highly recommend it.
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