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Actually, there is a book - same title you asked about. We picked one up while we were in the waiting phase. It's got some basic information that you could refer to when you get to "oh, crap!", but this forum or Hybrid Explorer will give you more complete info. If you will PM me your address, I'd be glad to send you ours. Actually have 2 books - can't recall the name of the other, but you're welcome to them. We haven't used them since we had just a few trips under our belt.


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bikendan wrote:

Wavesprite wrote:

bikendan wrote:

a quick Google search:

RV books for newbies

by the way, will be at New Brighton SB, all next week!!


Hey Dan, we have a weekend off in a couple of weeks and a site must have cancelled at Brighton, so we'll be staying there on the 17th. We're in a "shared" spot though (47). Hope it's ok! It's only about 30 minutes from us.....


i'll try and check it out for you. leaving for NB in about 30 minutes.


#47 is a hookup site and is a nice size but you've got the dump station behind you.
that's the only negative i saw.


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OK great, thanks for checking it out!! Do anything fun in the area??? See any dolphins?

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Wavesprite wrote:

OK great, thanks for checking it out!! Do anything fun in the area??? See any dolphins?


yes, dolphins and seals.

went for a hike at Forest of the Nisene Marks SP. beautiful place so close to the beach.
will definitely return there with my mountain bike.

went downt to Seacliff SB to show our friends the pier and concrete ship.

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