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Old 04-18-2019, 07:46 PM   #1
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Jalama Beach Camping

Spent a few nights beach camping at Jalama. Little windy first night, but the rest of the time was extremely nice.
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Glad to see you are enjoying your great rig! I did not realize camping was allowed right on the breach! I will have to try that out one of these days.

Did you get your pop top lift bars squared away??
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Yes, bit the bullet and took it to SMB. They replaced them in a day. All’s good
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Glad to see you are enjoying your great rig! I did not realize camping was allowed right on the breach! I will have to try that out one of these days.

Did you get your pop top lift bars squared away??
They have a row of sites that are between the road and on the sand. Can be the windiest there, and it can REALLY blow.

Great spot though. I prefer the view from the higher campsites, which have hookups.
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They have a row of sites that are between the road and on the sand. Can be the windiest there, and it can REALLY blow.

Great spot though. I prefer the view from the higher campsites, which have hookups.
First time staying there, my spot was on the sand. Wind blew 25 on Tuesday hard enough for me to drop the penthouse and sleep below. Wednesday and Thursday flat calm. Scouted out the campsite for different sites, never made it to the top row however.

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