After months of research and looking at different travel trailers the DW and I have finally purchased a new 2012 Jayco Jay Flight 26BH. Picked it up from Des Moines RV on Saturday and can't wait for our first scheduled camping trip in April! This camper already seems like it's going to live up to Jayco's great reputation and is a VAST improvement over our old 2000 Damon Camplite Ultra hybrid travel trailer.
2011 Eagle 330RLTS with just about every option.
2017 Silverado 1500 4x4 5.3 with tow package. (no, we don't tow the Jayco with it.)
2018 Surveyor 265RLDS well equipped.
Life in the slow lane is still life.
Welcome to the forum! I am kind of partial to the 26BH
Nothing stopping you from going out before April! If you are worried about the winterizing, take it out "dry" and don't use any water or facilities. Feel free to ask lots of questions during the off season and let us know how your first trip goes.
Thanks everyone for the warm welcomes! We'd definetly love to take her out before our first scheduled trip if we get a chance, just have to see how our weekends play out.
I did have a question about the fresh water system though. How are the two 45 gal tanks connected? Does one fill first then flow into the second? With most of the camping we do (State parks w/shower houses so we never used all 30 gals in our old hybrid) I doubt we'll use more than the volume of one tank.
Thanks again everyone!