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Old 02-28-2015, 11:52 AM   #1
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Hi,,,,,, I just signed up today while cruising the web for some info about our NTU ( new to us ) '08 Jay feather hybrid EXP 19H............

In south central NYS it's still too cold to camp, but since the hybrid is in the driveway - I'm looking at it everyday anytime I'm outside, and the words CABIN FEVER are all too prevalent....

I am just looking to engage any other users in the area we are located ......
( Middletown / Poughkeepsie , NY )

looking for any tips, tricks, "good advice" , things I should never be without type of stuff that anyone can provide............Always good to be ready for the first trip of the season........

The hybrid is new to us ( NTU ) but is a used 19H .....'08 EXP hybrid

Got into this unit at a great price and traded in ( what was our first camper - a '08 rockwood freedom PUP )

Learned alot in the first 2 seasons of camping with the PUP, now it's time to get into some R E A L canmping and have a bit of convenience too. !!!!!

thanks for any assistance
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Old 02-28-2015, 12:03 PM   #2
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Congratulations on the NTU trailer and welcome to the forum.

There is a ton of interesting stuff to be found using the 'search' function for this site. There are also 'sticky' topics you may find interesting, too.

Hey, it's cold and snowy. Make yourself comfortable and peruse to your heart's content waiting for the snow to go away.
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Welcome aboard from another 60s - 70s 'OLDMAN' from Tempe AZ. We use to take our Jeep in groups pulling utility trailers with all our TENT camping items up Apache Trail or the Red Rocks around around Sedona every chance we could get...

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I have the 2007 19H and love it. You'll enjoy the difference between camping with the 19H and a popup.
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Old 02-28-2015, 06:46 PM   #6
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Welcome to the forum! Have fun with your hybrid. I hope you get warmer weather real soon!
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Congratulations on the NTU Hybrid and welcome to The Forum! I discovered it in much the same way as you, and have learned a lot from it. I got bored one day last winter and started reading every thread from beginning to end. Wow! What a wealth of knowledge.

Hope you enjoy both your new-to-you trailer and the time you spend here.
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