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Old 04-08-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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Just got back with the first time out

The Jayco was great, had an Easter hunt on the beach.
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Nice looking setup, glad you had a great time!
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Thanks, it was alot of fun but was a learning experince. My friends also bought a new Jayco and brought it out so I got to compare......I really liked the fact he didnt have to light his hot water tank outside and it ran off the shore power. While having a heater plugged in and running a coffee pot tripped a fuse. All in all we had fun and learned a few things.
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Really like your last sentence We are still doing that!
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Old 04-09-2012, 06:26 PM   #7
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Thanks, it was alot of fun but was a learning experince. My friends also bought a new Jayco and brought it out so I got to compare......I really liked the fact he didnt have to light his hot water tank outside and it ran off the shore power. While having a heater plugged in and running a coffee pot tripped a fuse. All in all we had fun and learned a few things.
Don`t feel bad, my DW had a ceramic electric heater going along with the coffee maker last weekend and the fuse tripped. At least she knows now how to reset it!
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