Nothing works like being prepared when it comes to happy camping. So before take-off GoSee takes time to pitch camp in the front yard. The benefits are immediate. The amazed looks on the faces of passers-by make the day and we hit the road with almost all we needed.
There is a lot to think of which does not come standard. We add:
A 15 amp power cord to fit park safety systems and keep shocks out.
A beverage grade hose to hook to the mains pressure water connection and the special fittings
which screw it on to the exterior connection.
Four broad, flat wooden blocks to place under the campers stabilizer legs.
Four solid wooden chocks for the campers wheels.
A small spade and axe.
Tool and battery drill kits.
Two comfortable folding camp chairs. Bedding with both hot and cold nights in mind.
A door mat.
Electric kettle, cups, steamer-pot, frying pan, plates and cutlery.
Barbecue implements and a really good sharp carving knife.
Torch and matches.
Corkscrew for traditional wine drinkers and, yes, we forgot to pack the can opener.
GoSee Sterlings ready to tour Jayco May 1 2012
GoSee Jeep and Jayco Sterling camp at Banks ACT
Jayco Westport rides well behind the GoSee Colorado LT-R
Millie and Scamp take to caravanning.
The rig is well balanced with HR gear and anti-sway towing aids