If you are in the market for an RV that sleeps six people, has plenty of room and can tow your vehicle, walk through the 2015 Jayco Greyhawk 29MV. The Ford V-10 engine in this 29-foot Class C RV makes 362 horsepower and runs on gas.
With two slides, the Greyhawk 29MW has plenty of room for a family or to take friends out hunting and fishing. Stop by Jim’s RV Center in Nichols, New York to tour the Jayco and to learn more about its convenience, comfort, safety, entertainment and security features.
This Class C RV features the customer value package, an inverter, a television in the bedroom, backup and side view cameras, hydraulic leveling jacks, frameless windows, a GPS, DVD and CD players and an outside grill. It can tow up to 5,000 pounds.
The customer value package includes a 22-inch LED television in the bedroom, a 400-watt inverter, a 15,000 BTU air conditioner with a heat pump backup, a side view camera and monitor, a Denver mattress, an electric awning with LED lights, remote control heated door mirrors, an on-demand tankless hot water heater, a touch screen in-dash sound system and a MP3 input jack.
Additional details include a two-door fridge, a water heater, a 4,000-watt generator, Ford chassis and a fiberglass exterior.
The Floor Plan
When you first walk in the side door and look to the right, you’ll see a cab-over bunk bed with an LCD television and DVD player. Looking straight ahead, you’ll find a J-Steel sofa and booth dinette, both of which are contained in one of the slides. Several overhead cabinets in the living area and the rear bedroom provide plenty of storage space.
As you move to the left and on your left, you’ll find the galley, which includes a three-burner stove, a double sink, a pull-out cabinet with drawers, microwave, 10 cubic-foot fridge and pantry.
As you walk toward the rear of the RV, you’ll pass through the bathroom. The foot-flush toilet, sink and medicine cabinets are on the right side and the large shower on the left as you face the rear. The rear bedroom features a queen bed, overhead cabinets, two nightstands, a wardrobe and a television cabinet.
The exterior features four basement storage compartments and a 16-foot awning in addition to the outdoor grill.
To learn more about the 2015 Jayco Greyhawk, stop by Jim’s RV Center for a walk through.
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Whether you are on the road or at home, you’ll want some great recipes, whether for dessert or the main course. Everyone has their favorites, but you can also add some great desserts, including homemade apple pie.
If you are planning to be on the road for Christmas dinner, you can still make a huge feast in your RV. Just be sure to stop by Jim’s RV Center to pick up any accessories or parts you may need for the trip.
Homemade Apple Pie
- 15 to 20 large apples – use a hard apple such as Washington
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon nutmeg
- ½ teaspoon cloves
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 2 tablespoons cornstarch
- 2 tablespoons water
- Your favorite pie crust
- 1 egg beaten plus 1 tablespoon water
- 1 tablespoon white sugar
- ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
Peel and core the apples. Slice them into eighths. Add the apples to a large pot over medium heat. Add the sugars and spices to taste. If you like a sweet pie, use all of the sugars. If you prefer a spicier pie, start out with half of the white and half of the brown sugars. You can always add more once the apples make juice if it’s not sweet enough to your taste. You can also add more cinnamon for a spicier flavor.
Once the apples are soft, mix the cornstarch and water until it’s smooth. Add it to the apple mixture and stir until the mixture thickens up.
To make this easy, you can make the apple mixture before you leave and freeze it. You can also buy frozen pie dough or make your own pie dough and freeze it. Beat the egg and water together until it just begins to froth. “Paint” the top crust except for the crimped edges with the egg mixture.
Pour the apple mixture into the bottom pie crust, then top it with a second pie crust. Cut slits in the crust to vent the steam. Mix the sugar and cinnamon together, then sprinkle the pie crust with the mixture.
Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 to 50 minutes or until the crust is evenly browned. If the crimped edges are browning too fast, cover them with foil.
Visit Jim’s RV Center
Visit Jim’s RV Center to pick up any accessories or parts you may need for your upcoming trip. If you haven’t had your RV serviced recently, call to make an appointment – and, if Christmas on the road sounds like fun but you don’t have an RV, stop by our showroom to walk through many of our floor plans.
If your spouse or a friend or relative has an RV, your Christmas shopping just got easier. We carry many accessories for the RV in our warehouse – and many make perfect Christmas gifts. From extra lighting to cargo racks, you can find just about anything for the RV.
Stop by Jim’s RV Center in Nichols, New York to browse through our warehouse. You’ll definitely find the perfect gift for that person that you’ve been agonizing about because he or she is hard to buy for.
Whether you need extra outdoor lighting or motion sensor lights for the interior of the RV, we have a large selection of electric and battery-operated lighting. Small LED motion sensor lights that run on batteries are perfect for lighting up a dark cabinet, darkened pass-through storage or even the area around the tank flush compartment and the LP gas.
If your friend or family member is always looking for extra storage space in the RV, a cargo carrier would be the perfect gift. We have several to choose from including a 2-inch receiver hitch motorcycle/scooter carrier with a ramp. Several of our cargo carriers have side rails so you have plenty of places to securely tie the cargo.
Choose a sun blocker that mounts to the front of the awning – or if the person you are buying a gift for loves to spend time outside the RV even when it’s raining, an add-on room would be the perfect gift. The screened room attaches right to the awning so you now have extra space that you can enjoy no matter what the weather.
Space inside an RV is pretty restricted, even those that seem to have tons of cabinet space. Jim’s RV Center carries several collapsible bowls, colanders, salad spinners, produce keepers and salad bowls that would make great gifts for the person who is always complaining that the RV doesn’t have enough space.
Stop by Jim’s RV Center in Nichols, New York
Stop by Jim’s RV Center to complete your Christmas list. Whether you choose something that is practical such as collapsible items or you choose something that is much needed such as the awning sun blocker or the extra room, you’re sure to please that someone on your list who owns an RV.
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This December, jump in the RV and head out to the many holiday events in New York that take place during December. Even if you live close to the event, it would be fun to pack up the RV and make a weekend of it. Many events are in New York City, so you may want to find an RV park near a train or bus station, or tow a vehicle if you want to brave the NYC traffic.
Before you head out, stop at Jim’s RV Center to pick up any accessories or parts you may need. And, if you don’t have an RV, but attending events without the worry of a hotel room sounds like fun, stop by our dealership to pick out the RV that is perfect for your family.
Holiday Market at Grand Central
This market runs through December 24, 2014 and is held in Vanderbilt Hall. Admission is free. This is the perfect place to find that unique gift for someone special. You’ll find toys, clothing, food and drink, fine art and handmade jewelry at the Union Square Holiday Market in Union Square Park.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is 90 minutes of fireworks, dancing and a flying Santa. Before the show, you just may meet a Rockette or even Santa; and you can admire the 10,000 crystals that hang in the Grand Foyer. The event runs through December 31, 2014.
Winter Village at Bryant Park
Winter Village at Bryant Park features 125 different holiday shops plus an ice skating rink. The event is free except for skate rental.
Daily Tree Lighting
If you never get tired of watching a Christmas tree light up, you can see it every day until December 24, 2014 at The Metropolitan Museum. The tree is decorated with 18th century Neapolitan angels. Plus visit the Neapolitan Baroque Creche. The event starts at 4:30 p.m., plus additional event start times at 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Holiday Train Show
From December 2, 2014 through December 31, 2014, you can see model trains running around New York landmarks and the kids will enjoy tons of kids’ activities. The train show is being held at the New York Botanical Garden.
Stop by Jim’s RV Center
Before you head out, stop by Jim’s RV Center in Nichols, New York to pick up any parts or accessories you may need; or to have your RV serviced if needed.