A successful camping season has come to an end. Finished off the year with temps in the 20's at night and 45-50 during the day.Stayed plenty warm inside with the electric heater going and the furnace just to supplement. Camper is parked at it's winter home (in-laws back yard)and we will try in the spring to sell it and move on to our next one. Anyone looking for a Jayco 26L? Happy Winter everyone!
2006 Jayco Jay Feather 26L
2003 Toyota Sequoia
DH, Myself, 4 team wrecking crew (2 DD and 2 DS)
1 Giant Schnauzer,1 Shiba Inu + 1 Giant waiting at the Rainbow Bridge
I was confused when I read HTT to be asking a question to AJE342 and alisa06 answered it !!!!!!
AJE342 and alisa06 is the same person..........Why two member names ?
My guess, probably found password to older profile between first and second posts
2007 Toyota Tacoma, Double Cab 4x4 Max Towing 6,500lbs GCWR 11,100lbs
2011 Jayco X20E, Pro Series 800lb Weight Distributing Hitch
Husky Sway Control Bar, Prodigy Electronic Brake Control
If your teens are anything like ours, instead of a new trailer, maybe look at bringing a tent for them. We went down that path only to end up with too big a trailer after it wan't cool to camping with Mom & Dad... Plus it gives them a little independence....