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Old 08-03-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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First time out on the beach

Out on Sandy Neck Beach in Barnstable MA. Definitely what we got the camper for.

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Looks like paradise!

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Old 08-03-2013, 09:38 PM   #3
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Old 08-03-2013, 09:54 PM   #4
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Beautiful, that is what it is all about. Enjoy.
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That's what it is all about!! Looks like you have my rig, a 2000 Winnebago 35U? I see in picture 3 there is a stack near the ladder, is that the tube you can attach to your generator exhaust? If so, is it worth the money?
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Old 08-04-2013, 12:55 AM   #6
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... there is a stack near the ladder, is that the tube you can attach to your generator exhaust? If so, is it worth the money?
I noticed that, too. Yup, looks like a Genturi. I have one that the previous owner left with the coach when I bought it. Marvelous thing. Cuts down some of the noise, sends the fumes up, and stays cool to the touch. Equally great benefit to your neighbors when parked closely. Well worth it.
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We have a 2000 32V Workhorse Chassis. The Genturi was bought from Amazon for about $120 iirc & works great. Without it we do get gen exhaust in thru the bedroom windows when open. Nice to have when there are so many campers parked this close.
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This looks like something we would like to do next year. I looked up the beach but found nothing about camping there. Was this an RV park or do they let you stay on the beach? It sure looks as if the RV's are there for a few days. Thanks, Joe.
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Looks like fun? Any problems driving in the sand or is it hard packed? I would hate to get one stuck. My Dad lived in Framingham Mass for a long time and we went to the beach a couple of times when we'd visit. Great food there too!
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Make sure to give it a really good bath soon after you leave! Your coach and salt water (on shore breeze?) do NOT get along well at all.
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Have to air the tires down to around 25-30 psi to go over the sand. Gave a guy next to us a cigar & he gave me his friends phone # who owns a towing company in Sandwich. He may even be out for the party here today.
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Joe,
Do they have an air station to air your tires back up or do you need your own compressor?
Do you make reservations or is it first come first serve?
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Looks like a great time. That many RVers can't be wrong.

Just one novice question. Why does no one want to have a view of the ocean through their windshield?
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You are required to back in to spaces. Might make escaping a tidal surge easier? I know that reverse gear has a much lower chance of spinning the rear tires & digging yourself in. That and the weight on the rear axle may make for better chance of getting into your spot. Here's the road
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