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Old 01-22-2012, 05:37 PM   #1
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Hi all,

We have been camping in tents for 25 years now and my wife decide that she wanted something more civilize

We look around and we finally bought an almost new Jayco Skylark 2012. I just towed it from Montreal to Quebec so far since we bought it late last fall.

Now I am waiting for the snow to go away and the temperature to rise up in order to start some mod (and a second battery, ad a battery monitor, etc) and to finally try this baby on the road.
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Welcome to the JOF... here's wishing you the very best on your upcoming camping season!
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Welcome to the forum Noblekozak and congrats on your Skylark. Hope you appreciate and enjoy all the civilized amenities your new camper has to offer.
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Welcome to the forum! Enjoy that new Skylark.
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Welcome Bon Ami, and Go Habs Go!
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Bonne Chance with the Skylark. Love mine, have now put on about 10,000 miles on the unit. No major problems. In fact many of those miles were done going from New Hampshire, up the coast of Maine, through New Brunswick, and around the Cabot Trail.
My family came to the states from a small town near Quebec called St. Lambert de Lauzon. It is on the river Chaudiere. Use to spend most of my summers there.
Hope you enjoy your trailer, good luck, happy motoring.
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Thumbs up Merci :-)

Thank you all for your reception in this forum, especially those of you who made the effort to write down a little something in French

Salutations to all from Quebec.
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My Canada includes Quebec, j'pense.

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My Canada includes Quebec, j'pense.

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I thik so too (last time I looked, we were still in):hihi:
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