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Old 12-29-2011, 01:31 PM   #1
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Me and my JayCo

Okay here's some pics of our little BH20 that I'm sure will get your camping fever bug going!
Pic No 1, That's me posing there on the step up at Tahoe Natl Forest last spring. I believe that's the first time we used that ground cover.
The second shot was our first real trip with the TT. We left Sac and headed to Lake Havasu AZ and stopped at Barstow' KOA on the way. It was November of 2010 so it wasn't hot at all. Come o think of it we never had to use the TT's AC unit yet. I told my wife we didn't need one!
Third shot. Week 2 of a two week camping trip. ( Don't see one of those coming again real soon.) Lassen National Volcanic Park! A great place to go if you want the thrills of Yellowstone, but on a smaller scale, without the crowds. Late summer is the time to go to see all the attractions. We camped at Manzanita Lake CG. No hook ups but very nice.
The last shot is week one of the trip on our way to Pismo Beach State Park. We had full hook up there. I wasn't too impressed with this camping trip. I'm more of a mountain lake and river camper.
Well there you go.
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Old 12-29-2011, 02:07 PM   #2
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Very nice setup and yes it has me wishing I was out!

PS - you should be smiling lol
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Old 12-29-2011, 02:38 PM   #3
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Great pics. Like tafische said, why the frown? That`s my look when my 3 boys are giving me a hard time! Keep on enjoying the rig, and our forum!
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Old 12-29-2011, 03:39 PM   #4
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I'm not frowning. It's my famous soft smile. Many battles have been fought over that ya know. Or perhaps I just relized that the exit route has me going under a branch thats lower then my TT.
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snip...... I'm more of a mountain lake and river camper......snip
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ps: Since you haven't used your A/C yet: https://www.jaycoowners.com/showthrea...t=bolts&page=8
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Thanks for sharing your trip. My wife and I are very much looking forward to buying our first TT next year and these trip stories are my "fix" until then .
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We bought our first TT last year and I am having so much fun it may become illegal!
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Nice pics. It looks like you are enjoying yourself.
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Thanks for the heads up there Bob! Looks like something I better look into here soon.
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Thanks for sharing your trip. My wife and I are very much looking forward to buying our first TT next year and these trip stories are my "fix" until then .
I just wanted a pop up but my wife convinced me otherwise.....that or no camping. Humm. I.m a simple man and prefer things simple. backing my BH20 into our narrow driveway has proved to be more difficult then any of our camping spots so far. Years ago we had a little Coleman pop up and I was able to pick it up by the tongue and maneuver it around....not so with the Jayco. But she's right. A whole trailer is much nicer to camp with.
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