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By Tony Barthel While the entire RV industry is backlogged, friends working at dealerships and in the industry itself are telling me that bunk models and Class B vans are what people are placing orders for the most. So it was neat to get a peek at the 2021 Jayco Jay Feather 24BH travel trailer. While the RV industry could be resting on its laurels and just building everything it possibly can, there is still a pattern of creating new floor plans and some nice innovations, which is refreshing to see. This Jayco is an example of a nice upgrade to a popular model with a number of changes reflected in the 2021 model. For example, the one I looked at featured a sort of two-tone interior where the kitchen itself was a lighter wood and the rest of the trailer was darker. For those who don’t like this appearance, there is a second choice, so fear not. In that kitchen is a nice L-shaped counter with a good amount of usable space and a pop-up plug with both USB and 120vac plugs on it. As if the counter space weren’t large enough, Jayco also saw fit to put a flip-up counter extension on the end, although this does somewhat block the door to the front bedroom. Unfortunately, this trailer, like so many others that cater to larger groups, has a tiny 16” oven that’s basically only good for pizza and cookies. I see so many couples’ campers with […]