Hello from NH

dypdyp Posts: 9Member
Hello to all and we are first time RV owners who have just gotten a [email protected] 320s.  Always have been tent campers, but now it is our turn!  looking forward to hitting the road.

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  • ericnlizericnliz Posts: 3,966Member
    Welcome! You've come to a great place for questions & answers. Do some driveway camping, and familiarize yourself with your new trailer. Play with EVERYTHING inside so you know how it works. Then....go explore & have fun! :)
    2016 [email protected] MAX S-aka: [email protected]
    TV: 2006 Chevy Avalanche LT Z71 aka: WhiteWolf, or 1972 Chevy Custom10 P/U aka: SnarlingWolf
    Spokane, Wa.
    Eric aka: Lone Wolf  


  • DINDAnLANDINDAnLAN Posts: 57Member
    Congrats & happy trails!
    Linda & Dan
    Cleveland, Ohio
    2017 Ford F150 XLT pulling a 2017 [email protected] S Max
  • HomebodyatheartHomebodyatheart Posts: 1,380Member
    Congratulations and welcome to the Tab family!
    2017 [email protected] Max S silver and cherry red, TV 2015 Toyota Highlander [email protected] ("Bug" aka my [email protected] pod), towed by Big Red, or Silver
  • dypdyp Posts: 9Member
    Thank you!  We are so happy!
  • dragonsdoflydragonsdofly Posts: 559Member
    Congratulations on your new trailer!  Happy [email protected]! We'll wave if we see ya on the road sometime!
    2017 [email protected] sofitel([email protected])TV 2005 gmc envoy xl. Wyandotte, Michigan.
    Draco dormiens numquam titilandus.
  • ArwenArwen Posts: 3Member
    Congratulations on getting your camper!

    I'm also from NH, and live in the White Mountains Region. My boyfriend and I decided to look into getting a small camper last Fall, after tenting for five days in Maine.  We've both only done tent camping, but we're getting close to retirement age and a looking for something a bit more comfortable (and a bit more spacious) than my little backpacking tent.

    After doing a ton of research, the [email protected] 320 S (with the Boondock package) is currently at the very top of my list, but my boyfriend feels that we might need something a bit larger, since we're both quite tall.  We have plans to view one next month, along with a couple of other models.

    Please post about your experience with your new camper, as I would love to hear how everything works out for you. Wishing you the best in getting to know your [email protected]
  • dragonsdoflydragonsdofly Posts: 559Member
    @Arwen, welcome to the forum. Keep in touch as you check out your options. Btw, we are a family of 4. Hubby, me and 2 boys (who will turn 12 & 13 in the next 6 weeks). We all fit in the [email protected] 320 with room to spare. How you manage is a matter of preparation and logistics, which I'm sure you are versed in, being tent campers. Good luck.
    2017 [email protected] sofitel([email protected])TV 2005 gmc envoy xl. Wyandotte, Michigan.
    Draco dormiens numquam titilandus.
  • Om3Om3 Posts: 34Member
    Hello NH...:) So happy to know that there is another [email protected] over in the Northeast. We purchased a new [email protected] last summer at TAC RV in NC...(we live in MA). Finally saw our first [email protected] on 495S in Haverhill last week. We
    think they had a ME plate...it too, was a [email protected] 320 (red trim). Perhaps, our paths will cross as we travel this summer!
  • dypdyp Posts: 9Member
    Arwen said:
    Congratulations on getting your camper!

    I'm also from NH, and live in the White Mountains Region. My boyfriend and I decided to look into getting a small camper last Fall, after tenting for five days in Maine.  We've both only done tent camping, but we're getting close to retirement age and a looking for something a bit more comfortable (and a bit more spacious) than my little backpacking tent.

    After doing a ton of research, the [email protected] 320 S (with the Boondock package) is currently at the very top of my list, but my boyfriend feels that we might need something a bit larger, since we're both quite tall.  We have plans to view one next month, along with a couple of other models.

    Please post about your experience with your new camper, as I would love to hear how everything works out for you. Wishing you the best in getting to know your [email protected]

  • dypdyp Posts: 9Member
    We have just de winterized it and have not yet taken our tab out.  one thing i can say is that we have decided that the bed will be always set up as it is a pain to make bed, unmake etc.  thae table was taken out as we have decided to leave the bed open and made.  We are retired and have 2 small dogs.  We have always backpaked tented, climberd 4000 ft with kids, but now we need "Glamping".  We got a small alum. lightweight folding table.  We plan to cook and eat outside which is a requirement for us haha
  • dypdyp Posts: 9Member
    @Arwen, welcome to the forum. Keep in touch as you check out your options. Btw, we are a family of 4. Hubby, me and 2 boys (who will turn 12 & 13 in the next 6 weeks). We all fit in the [email protected] 320 with room to spare. How you manage is a matter of preparation and logistics, which I'm sure you are versed in, being tent campers. Good luck.

  • ScottGScottG Posts: 1,874Moderator
    dyp said:
    We have just de winterized it and have not yet taken our tab out.  one thing i can say is that we have decided that the bed will be always set up as it is a pain to make bed, unmake etc.  thae table was taken out as we have decided to leave the bed open and made.  We are retired and have 2 small dogs.  We have always backpaked tented, climberd 4000 ft with kids, but now we need "Glamping".  We got a small alum. lightweight folding table.  We plan to cook and eat outside which is a requirement for us haha
    That's how we do it! The [email protected] is perfect for this kind of camping--more like a really really nice tent then something you actually live in.

    In a real pinch we could move one of our aluminum folding tables inside for eating purposes. I think we've done that once...
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