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Vandownbytheriver

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Jul 30, 2018
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Hello All,
My girlfriend and I are new to RV living. We just purchased a 2006 Jayco Montana Mountaineer 342PHT. We have it set up at my fabrication studio as our home and are eager to get acclimated to RV life.
Our intention is to downsize our needs and material constraints and work towards being able to take our artistic talents on the road and traveling the show circuit. We look forward to networking with like-minded folk and welcome any advice, wisdom and knowledge pertaining to living full time in the RV world.
Thanks in advance,
Bob & Anne
 

Arch Hoagland

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Gary RV_Wizard

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Hi and welcome, as well as Congrats on the new-to-you RV.

I apologize for starting out with a challenge, but Montana Mountaineer is NOT a Jayco brand.  If it is a Montana trailer, it's from Keystone RV, not Jayco.  If it is a Jayco trailer, the model name will be different, e.g. Designer, Jayflight, etc.  Accurate rig identification is the first step toward getting good help from your fellow RVforum members.
Do you have water, electric and sewer hook-ups at your studio?  That would be an enormous benefit for living in the RV.
 
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