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Old 01-17-2011, 04:12 PM   #1
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Old 01-18-2011, 12:45 AM   #2
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I sorta had a hard time negotiating your albums, but liked some of the pics I saw. Good job, and welcome to the Jayco Owners Forum MyToys! What kind of Jayco do you have? What's the best experience you've had camping in it so far?
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I have a 2010 Jayco 17Z. My favorite trip, in this camper, would be my extended stay at my local campground in October. It was very relaxing.
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Assuming I am typing to Nancy? Are you one of the poor souls stuck in the snow and counting down the days to Spring? This past weekend was actually warm here where we live. We decided to plan some camping over Lincoln's and Washington's weekend coming up in February. We are so itchin' to get back out there again
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The pro and con of being a full timer:

pro: Camping all the time. Rig is ready to go all the time when I need a different view out of the back window.

con: I just filled up my external propane tank with 125 gallons. Not pounds, GALLONS. The only good thing about this is I won't need more until Christmas more or less.
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healthi, It is Nancy. My hubby is like bigfoot. Few have heard or seen him. He said he did enough camping in Vietnam and the P.I. I live in the area that Marylanders call "Mountain Maryland". Having lived in Colorado, Alaska and Germany; I call them hills. Yes, my baby is covered in snow in the back yard. All the previous campers hibernated comfortably in my garage or car port. This one is just too tall. Today we were above freezing for the 3rd time this month. Yeah! Occasionaly I camp in my friend's camper.
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