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Old 04-27-2017, 09:04 PM   #1
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Picked up our new camper

I know there are a few of you that camp in here so I thought I would share. We bought a 2017 Jayco 314BHDS. Can't wait to use it now.
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Old 04-28-2017, 05:49 AM   #2
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Woo Hoo
That's sweet, enjoy Spud and fam
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Old 04-28-2017, 11:23 AM   #3
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That's a big sucker. Enjoy.
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Old 04-28-2017, 08:55 PM   #4
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Thanks, we have a few trips booked already. Its much cheaper than staying at hotels for my sons baseball and hockey tournaments this summer.
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Old 04-28-2017, 10:12 PM   #5
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Camping? I'm not sure that's camping!
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Old 04-29-2017, 12:49 PM   #6
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that's bringin the whole house

a hundred trips of motels
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Old 04-29-2017, 07:19 PM   #7
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You're right NEBE, most call it RVing now. What ever its called I am excited to start doing it.
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That is really nice and it looks comfortable
enjoy it Spud

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HUGE!!! Good luck with it. I bet it has a hot tub.

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You're right NEBE, most call it RVing now. What ever its called I am excited to start doing it.
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You're right NEBE, most call it RVing now. What ever its called I am excited to start doing it.
Nice grab Spud,I noticed you have the side rear kitchen its one of rhe best features....
Also with a rig like that it's actually no longer called camping it has been renamed to Glamping!
You and the family are gonna love it.
Bay View CG in Bourne has a great deal for the spring .They call it the Spring fling.
From the first weekend of May till the weekend after father's day it's about $700. (Pending on pets, and family head count ).
You can be @ the canal within 10 mins.

The campground is very very clean and safe for the family .
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Its much cheaper than staying at hotels for my sons baseball and hockey tournaments this summer.

Not sure how buying a $40,000 trailer is cheaper than staying in a hotel, but it looks great and I'm sure you'll be comfortable!
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Not sure how buying a $40,000 trailer is cheaper than staying in a hotel, but it looks great and I'm sure you'll be comfortable!
That was my argument, somehow the cost of the camper isn't factored in when calculating the savings for $159 a night for a hotel and $45 for a campground.

Its just their way of thinking.

Dispite the the cost of the unit and the cost of the campground, I am looking forward to camping in this instead of the pop up camper I just sold.
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May not be savings in the long run but at least you know whos slept in it and dont have to check under the sheets before getting into bed! LOL! your own bathroom, etc....

Hope you are enjoying it!

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May not be savings in the long run but at least you know whos slept in it and dont have to check under the sheets before getting into bed! LOL! your own bathroom, etc....

Hope you are enjoying it!
Thats a very good point Jenn. It is nice leaving clothes in the camper and not having to pack for the weekend, same with the food. It stays plugged in while in the driveway so everything is in the fridge and cold. No more callers of ice and food getting wet.
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One of my sons spent the weekend camping at Nickersons State park Brewster. A girl and two boys oldest is 6, all a hand full! :-)
This was their first try at it, pulls in the yard b 4 heading to the camp, back of the pickup looked like the 1st infentry going on maneuvers! LOL
They had a great time but need another day off to recuperate...

Makes for a great childhood, enjoy that camper!
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