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Old 08-02-2012, 04:24 PM   #1
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Hi, everyone. My wife and I purchased a new Jay Flight 19RD this April. Although not new to RV'ing (this is our 5th camper) this is the first time on a forum site. We've seen a lot of really good advice here, and it's helped on our first Jayco. Thanks Jim & Sherry
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Old 08-02-2012, 04:35 PM   #2
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Welcome from Greece, NY and the Jaycoowners forum. Lots of good folks here, with lots of knowledge. Enjoy.
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Welcome Jim and Sherry! Glad you could find JoF! Congrats on your new tt
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Welcome...as mentioned any questions there are a lot of knowledgable people here, not only Jayco owners, that can comment and advise.
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Its great to have you on the JOF ! The forum has been a real help to me, even though I've been camping almost since dirt was new. And congrats on being a new Jayco owner.
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Old 08-03-2012, 02:29 PM   #6
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Hi, everyone. My wife and I purchased a new Jay Flight 19RD this April. Although not new to RV'ing (this is our 5th camper) this is the first time on a forum site. We've seen a lot of really good advice here, and it's helped on our first Jayco. Thanks Jim & Sherry
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Welcome from Greece, NY and the Jaycoowners forum. Lots of good folks here, with lots of knowledge. Enjoy.
Hello to you both!

While I live in Southern Indiana on the banks of the Ohio River, I was born in Geneva right on Seneca Lake! I still have several aunts, uncles and cousins that live there and will be going over the Labor Day week-end for a family re-union.

And has been already mentioned, this web-site has been very helpful with useful advise and tips!
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welcome glsimms, been to Geneva on many occasions, how's the new Jay Feather working for you, very pleased with our 228 so far.
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The Jay Feather did great for it's first outing, we stayed at a state park on our way home from the dealer. It was 100 degrees, but the A/C did a fair job of keepin' things cool, especially after the sun went down.

I plan on doing the fridge fan mod sometime this week-end.
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