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Old 09-27-2011, 11:57 AM   #15
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If I had any advice it would be to stay close to the dealership for a day or two. There is bound to be a thing or two that might need fixed and you will have questions no matter how good the walk through was. Also, get a copy of "The Newbies Guide to Airstreaming". Wish we had it when we got ours. It is available through Airstream Life and I understand it is available on Kindle.

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Old 09-27-2011, 01:10 PM   #16
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FREE in central Jersey is hard.

There is a dump station at the lower end of 295 in the rest area at mile marker 3.

Pine cone charges almost as much as a camp site for none customers.

Most truck stops have dump stations but will charge for the use.

Valley Forge Pa service area has one at a charge.

I use the curb side sewer clean out in my front yard. Free and never crowded.

Many camper bring a connection out the side of their house close to where they park

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Old 09-27-2011, 04:39 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by rlewis View Post
We just picked up a 22' Sport at Colonial, in NJ and got there at night..the lights were on and we found the key and had orientation next day.
Then we went to the NJ state rally at Jersey Shore Airstream Haven. We planned to spend a test weekend in NJ before going back to upstate NY and it just happened to be the rally weekend. BEST IDEA..go to a rally! It was fantastic! Everyone was helpful and we got all kinds of information. So if any of those guys are reading...THANKS
We forgot a lot of stuff from the orientation, although it was great; but when we got to the rally we had 5 people helping us unhitch and suggestions all weekend, couldn't hope for a friendlier group.

Now a question if anyone is still with me...the mattress in the 22' Sport is a bit hard for us, what has anyone done to adapt it if anyone has the same issue?

Also, I know moisture can build up inside, is a cracked window & fan on low enough to keep humidity down?
For us, I looked for a memory foam topper. We got ours at a Super K in Key Largo (long way to go, I know). Also, for humidity, we go with Damp Rid, does the job.

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