Make sure you have a good wdh preferably one with integrated sway control. Pay attention to obstacles in your campsite for setup, i.e. trees preventing opening your awning, fire pit not to close to awning or rig etc. Have your spotter use walkie talkies instead of hand gestures or shouting. If nighttime, turn headlights off and leave running lights on do your not blinding others while backing in and leveling etc. Check side to side level before unhooking. We have had to hook back up to put the trailer on the lynx levelers. Remember stab jacks are not for leveling. Bring a notepad so you can write down things you want to put in your th next trip out. Camping near home or Wal-Mart is a big plus so you can easily get forgotten items. I always make a packing list. After forgetting important parts to meals, i.e. ketchup for hot dogs I have learned to write out each meal plan and what I need to make it. I check the items off as they go into the trailer. Stocking your th like a small version of the house us good. This means separate linens, pots, dishes, silverware, and toiletries that stay in the trailer. We try to only have to bring clothes and food back and forth.
2014 Crew Cab Chevy Silverado 3500 4wd Duramax/Allison
2014 Sabre 34REQS-6