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RE: My exhaustive TT search

We went with a 2014 Jayco Jay Flight 32TSBH and it has a huge bunk room in the back. We got it with fiberglass siding and love it. We also liked the 32BHDS but it came down to the dealer having the 32TSBH in stock first.
des04004 04/02/14 01:35pm Travel Trailers
RE: camping in Utah

We were at Lakeside this weekend. First time there and we would go back again for sure. Price was good and they have a good combination of residents and campers, but were in different parts in the park which I really appreciated.
des04004 03/15/14 11:11pm Roads and Routes
RE: Financing companies you have used?

We financed our rig with a local credit union we joined to get the better loan. I too am not ashamed to say I financed my tax deductible RV loan. The memories and enjoyment worth the interest paid. And i guess I should also sell my house and wait 30 years and buy another one aince I don't have $230,000 to pay cash for my house.
des04004 03/15/14 08:07pm Beginning RVing
RE: Brand new owners today!

Sounds like a fantastic price! Enjoy!
des04004 03/14/14 04:21am Travel Trailers
RE: Trade In Value

The NADA book dealers use will show the same price you see as low retail without any options. We were quoted $10,000 all across the board for our Wildwood. With the options selected on NADA (most of them being repetitious) our 2011 booked out almost at 22,000 this week, more than you could buy a new one for. I took out tbe slide and fridge (built intp the floorplan) and it came in at $18,000 for average retail. I listed it online for $15,500 and sold it for $15,300 in less than an hour.
des04004 03/13/14 07:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: average age of rver

I am 28 and have been RVing my whole life with my folks. My wife is 24 and we are now on our fourth trailer in 2 years (first one was 1992 bought it for $2500 and sold it for $3300, second one was a 1995 that burned to the ground six weeks after we bought it. Last was a 2011 Wildwood that we just sold for $300 more than we paid for it and pick uo our new 2014 Jay Flight on Friday).
des04004 03/12/14 09:52pm RV Lifestyle
RE: 2013 Wilderness 3150DS vs. 2012 Jayco 32BHDS

We just bought a Jay Flight32TSBH and pick it up Friday. We looked at the Wilderness and while nice, we just liked the Jayco tons more. It is a little nicer, but also a little higher in price. We virtually looked almost every bunk slide trailer, and was most impressed With the Jay Flight and the Jay Flight and the Cougar. The Jayco came down to the hard door for both the bedroom and the bunkroom. We did get the Jay Flight with the fiberglass siding.
des04004 03/10/14 07:11pm Travel Trailers
RE: northern Utah state parks

You can hear a little noise from Willard Bay but there are plenty of trees so it isn't terrible. We have stayed at East Canyon and we enjoy it, albeit no trees. I wouldny waste my time at Holiday Hills. We stayed there couple of years ago and horrible rxperience. We had a 23 foot trailer in a spot "large enough" for a 35 footer and it was a tight fit. Mostly residents with a couple of campers. We live avout 20 minutes from Mountain Green vut wished I lived there. Absolutely beautiful place.
des04004 03/06/14 08:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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