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Old 04-07-2014, 10:17 AM   #1
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Hello from Pittsburgh!

Saying goodbye to our 2009 Jayco 298RLS that we have loved every minute of and had no plans on getting rid of already. Saw the 2014 Windjammer and it caught the attention of my wife an I immediately so we went for it, which is totally out of our character. Pick it up in 2 weeks and I can't wait to get it.
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Old 04-07-2014, 12:42 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your 2014 Windjammer 3008W. Must of really spoke to you to step out of character and go for it. Wishing you many safe and memorable trips in it.
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Old 04-07-2014, 12:48 PM   #3
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Congrats of your new Windjammer. We too our from the Pittsburgh area (New Brighton). Like you we traded in one of our Jayco's in on a Class C. Wife likes the bigger Jayco on our seasonal site.

The Coach is for traveling and Jeep events that we try to attend.

Enjoy and welcome!
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Howdy! We too are from Pittsburgh area and new to the forum. Enjoy the new camper!
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Congrats and welcome to the forum!
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Welcome from Central PA! Heading out your way soon for my daughter's graduation at Robert Morris University! We're so excited for both graduation and our first camping adventure with our Roo! Planning on staying at Raccoon Creek State Park. Been there?
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Welcome from Central PA! Heading out your way soon for my daughter's graduation at Robert Morris University! We're so excited for both graduation and our first camping adventure with our Roo! Planning on staying at Raccoon Creek State Park. Been there?
MommaHuffman, congrats on your daughter's graduation!

It's been many a year since I stayed at the park, and it was always group camping in the cabins. The campground is on a bluff above the lake, and is very pretty. Not all sites have electric, and none have water and sewer, although water and a dump station are available.

The park itself is extremely under-utilized by the local community. First day of trout it's shoulder to shoulder, and deer season the woods are loaded up, otherwise it's not overly crowded. Lots of people do ride horses through the park though, and there are gorgeous hiking trails - make sure you head across Route 30 to the Wildflower Reserve.

If you have any questions about the area other than the park, please ask! I grew up here and aside from college and a few years in Baltimore for my first job, have lived within 10 miles of the park my whole life.

Safe travels!
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welcome from Michigan. We to had a jayco(29y) still do, but ordered a 3008w 7 weeks ago. We stay in our tt for 7 months because we travel 50 miles one way to work, come home most weekends or travel to car shows etc. Getting very anxous to get new tt wife is not happy now with old one lol Going back down today to spend 5 nights. I hope we both enjoy our 3008s.
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