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Old 02-28-2015, 02:27 PM   #1
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I wanted to introduce myself and tell you I went to the Baltimore RV Show and purchased a 264BHW. I haven't been camping since Afghanistan
and need to escape the city for a couple of weekends my wife and 2 kids found the Jayco. We get to pick her up on the 7th and I have been stalking this site for ideas. LED Strip is a must and new decor to make it a second home.

Justin and Family.
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Old 02-28-2015, 02:41 PM   #2
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Hello,

I wanted to introduce myself and tell you I went to the Baltimore RV Show and purchased a 264BHW. I haven't been camping since Afghanistan
and need to escape the city for a couple of weekends my wife and 2 kids found the Jayco. We get to pick her up on the 7th and I have been stalking this site for ideas. LED Strip is a must and new decor to make it a second home.

Justin and Family.
It's unlikely Afghanistan was a pleasure trip, so 'Thank you for your service.'

Congratulations on the new TT and welcome to the forum, Justin and Family. Take a look at the MOD topic and other stuff using this site's 'search' function. If you make a 'To Do List' of what you see there, it will keep you busy for quite a while.
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Thank you for your service!����

Everyone is friendly on this forum and are willing to share ideas and answer questions. Enjoy your new trailer and welcome to the forum!
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Old 02-28-2015, 03:41 PM   #4
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Thank you all for the warm welcome and I will be searching the mod section.
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Welcome and enjoy the new camping!
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Hi there Im new to the site too and have been trolling through lots of old posts. You will find lots of good info and tips to delve through.
I spent most of my life back in Scotland touring with a trailer or caravan as they are called there but these beasts are massive Kids would have loved it if i had one of these things when they were little. Still, its the escaping thats fun. Enjoy your new trailer.
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Welcome to the forum. Thank you for your service and welcome home. Congrats on the new TT. Make those memories with family
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Thank you again for the warm Welcome. I cant wait to sleep in nature with the family and a cold beer and a nice bed. I currently bought my LED Strip lights with the color change. I dont know how to wire them up yet, or if I want to drill a whole my other question how water proof are they. 5M COMPLETE KIT 16.4 Feet RGB Color Waterproof Outdoor LED Light Strip Kit 5050 I tried to send it as a hyper link but it doesn't work.
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It's unlikely Afghanistan was a pleasure trip
And having spent quite a bit of time in Iraq I can confirm it's nothing like camping either.
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