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RE: Storge in a Jayfeather 17Z

We have a 2011 17Z and while the lack of a clothes closet isn't ideal, its the light weight compact layout we want. DH and I each have a rubbermaid 3-drawer container. We store them in the shower (which we never use) while stationary and while we are in motion store them in front of the couch. Works for us. It comfortably holds clothes for us for 1 week. When our kids are with us they have a duffle bag each stored in their bed.
NightTraveler 09/27/14 09:12pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Vermont/ New Hampshire

Thanks so much for your ideas. I'll check them out and start dreaming about next year. Planning is way too much fun!
NightTraveler 08/18/14 08:11pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Vermont/ New Hampshire

Starting to plan for next years big trip. Any advice on your favourite great campgrounds or natural places to go in Vermont and New Hampshire? We like to have electricity but not RV parks. We are Into hiking, photography and exploring natural wonders. Spending a few days in 3-4 places totalling maybe 10 days out.
NightTraveler 08/17/14 01:52pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: outdoor rugs

We bought one of these for our trailer last year. Absolutely love it! We bought ours straight from cgear. Several sizes available. Easy to clean, packs up in a small size, water is gone is one quick shake, light weight, comes with tie downs.
NightTraveler 04/07/14 06:56pm Beginning RVing
RE: Cape Breton Island-whale watching question

We went with capt Mark out of Pleasant Bay. It was a great experience. We saw plenty of whales and some other wildlife as well. The crew was informative, relaxed and genuinely excited to show us their beautiful waters. Above all, they were also safety cautious. You can't go wrong!
NightTraveler 03/23/14 03:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Fundy National Park Ideas

While in Fundy National park, and if you like a hike, I would suggest the hike to Laverty Falls. The falls when you get to the end are worth the medium/easy hike and you can even swim in them! Lynn
NightTraveler 03/12/14 07:53am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Fundy National Park Ideas

We stayed at the Ponderosa Pines while visiting the area. To get the full effect of the tide at Hopewell Rocks you will have to stay for a complete low and high tide. Make sure to get the tide schedule for your time there. At low tide you can walk the beach. At high tide, go kayaking and see it different. X2
NightTraveler 03/12/14 07:51am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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