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Old 06-09-2012, 10:06 PM   #1
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Here we go!!

Yay, The time has come....first trip tomorrow morning with our new (to us) TT. Heading to Cape Henlopin, Delaware for 4 nights. Sounds like we'll have water hookup but no electric, and no generators allowed (taking a small one anyway, just in case). All packed up and ready to go!
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Old 06-09-2012, 10:55 PM   #2
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Sounds like lots of fun! 4 nights is a good amount of time to get set-up before relaxing for a few days. I would suggest bringiing a notebook pad and dot down any notes - which sites you like or dislike, tips, items needed, etc...

Above all - have fun and enjoy your new-to-you TT.
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Thanks Terier! Yep, we have a journal book ready to record the good, the bad, etc. Hitting the road in a couple hours, I'll update later.
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I'm back - returned a few hours ago from our first TT trip. We had a great time! Really nice place! - Cape Henlopen, DE. Only down side was no electric hookup and no generators, but honestly, didn't really miss it too much. Had one full day of rain - oh well, at least we had a dry place to hang out. It's on the coast so the soil is all sand, easier to deal with/clean up than mud!
Everything in the camper worked perfectly, and no issues with towing (~4 hours each way). Great overall experience, can't wait til the next one!

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