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Old 08-16-2006, 07:43 PM   #1
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Jersey Shore Haven Airstream Park

Leaving for New Jersey tomorrow for a small rally with the Delmarva unit. We're taking the Cape May-Lewes Ferry over. That should be an adventure. The JSH internet site is down, so I don't know what to expect when I get there. If anyone has any knowledge about JSH they would like to share, such as hookups in the 'rally field', things to do when you're there, etc., I sure would appreciate it. If you're in the neighborhood, please stop by for a cold one... or two.

This will also be a trial run for my PressurePro Tire Pressure Monitor. Setup was easy, and for now I'm just monitoring the front tires on the TV and the two on the Bambi. If it works out, I'll probably be getting sensors for the rear TV tires.

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Old 08-16-2006, 07:53 PM   #2
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Good luck on your trip...

Here is link to campground description in Forums:

If you type Jersey and Haven into search tab above, there are multiple threads mentioning Jersey Shore Haven...

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Old 08-17-2006, 08:15 PM   #3
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Thanks for the link to the campground description. It's just as described. I actually did the search, and waded through a lot of information before I posted. I'm at JSH now, and what a little treasure. The rally field has 30 amp service and water. It's a beautiful night, and of course it's always good to be with friends in our unit. Every street is named after different models of Airstreams, and the campground, pool, and facilities are exceptionally well maintained. As you can see, my aircard is getting enough signal out here to allow access to the internet.

The PressurePro Tire Pressure Monitor worked flawlessly. I'm a gadget freak, and it's good to know how much air is in each tire at any given time, especially with a single axle trailer. I also tried out my new GPS with MS Streets & Trips for laptop. I must say I much prefer my 5 year old DeLorme mapping software to the newer Microsoft software. It has far better detail, and is much more accurate.
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