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Old 11-29-2020, 12:56 AM   #1
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New to Me 2016 Jayco White Hawk 33 BHBS

So I picked up my first TT, a Jayco Whit Hawk 33 BHBS. I've been cleaning and stocking the TT with most of the items Iv'e read and watched on Youtube that are the most important to have for the TT.
So we are looking forward to taking our first short trip in the TT and would appreciate any suggestions or tips for this newbe.
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Before taking your trip try spending a couple of nights in your driveway with it. It will give you the opportunity to get used to all the systems. You will also be close enough to home that if you need something it will be right there. It's the best way to know what things you really need and what is unimportant.
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Congrats and enjoy your Jayco White Hawk 33 BHBS. You might want to check out the Jayco Owners forum too.
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Before taking your trip try spending a couple of nights in your driveway with it. It will give you the opportunity to get used to all the systems. You will also be close enough to home that if you need something it will be right there. It's the best way to know what things you really need and what is unimportant.

This is the best advice. 1-2 nights in the driveway, then a 2 night trip in the closest campground to you. Should be enough to get you going. Everyone has a different idea of camping. Giving you my load out for spending 5 nights boondocking in the mountains/desert will be very different than someone who camps near a lake with full hookups.
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