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Old 09-14-2011, 11:16 PM   #1
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Hi, We have a 2008 Jayco Eagle 341 RLQS 5th Wheel camper. My husband got bored and went back to work after being retired for six years. Instead of taking several long trips a year, we will now be taking a lot of shorter ones. We plan to join a new dutch oven chapter and start going to some of the gatherings at small state parks in our area. So, we are thinking about downsizing.
The Jay Feather 29L looks like a floorplan that would fill the bill. If we are not going to stay for a month or more, I am sure I can get by with a tiny kitchen. Heck, if hubby is going to do all the cooking in his black pots, I am not going to need a kitchen at all :hihi:

We travel with Bob and Ruby, our two jack russells, so I like the fact there does not seem to be any carpet in the camper. I thought you had to have carpet where there was a slide out. I hope that is not going to be a problem if we get one.

Whatever model we get, it WILL be a Jayco
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