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Old 05-20-2011, 06:03 PM   #1
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Our new X23J

We graduated from our pop up this year. Picked up our 23J at the begining of April, of course it snowed the next day. Been camping once so far and it was a pleasure to set up so easily. Will be boondocking at a state campground next weekend, I wonder how long the two group 24 batteries will last. Could go 3 days with the pop up, but lots more electical on this trailer. Should be fun.
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Old 05-20-2011, 06:49 PM   #2
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Nice looking Feather, despite the snow!
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You make cold look soooo kewl! Let us know how the boondocking goes
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We graduated from our pop up this year. Picked up our 23J at the begining of April, of course it snowed the next day. Been camping once so far and it was a pleasure to set up so easily. Will be boondocking at a state campground next weekend, I wonder how long the two group 24 batteries will last. Could go 3 days with the pop up, but lots more electical on this trailer. Should be fun.
We purchased the same jayfeather in copper it is sitting at the dealers waiting for us to pick up middle of April. We are very excited it is hard to find many others out there with this model. Glad to hear set up is quick and easy.
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Old 02-22-2012, 05:58 PM   #5
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Nice looking camper! I feel your pain with the snow, we are supposed to get 3-6" tomorrow.
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The trailer looks goood. You can keep the snow in your part of the country.
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