On our ride of 12 miles to the RV Park a service engine light came on in our truck. Took it to a local Chevy/GM dealer, and $2000. + later we got it back. So far all seems well. Good thing it happened while we were here and not on the road somewhere.
The rally goes on with many seminars and some craft classes. We did get to play a number of games of domino's, and had a laughing good time. We had 3 catered dinners that were very good with more then enough food. As a matter of fact,enough food left over that we had an evening get together that used up most of the leftovers. The leftovers fed about 40 of us that stayed on after the rally ended. Then with the left over meats Dave H. made a super jambalaya. The group was now down to about 30. Dave added some shrimp and his secret ingredients for another super meal.
We did plan on leaving on Sunday morning, but because of a missing "dipstick" from our truck we had to wait till a new one came in on Monday. So early Tuesday we hit the road. 8 o'clock is early for us.
The attendees , from many states and Canada.
The first timers of a National Rally, Linda and Bob on the far right. We had attended chapter rallies, but never a national rally.
Bob's newest friend Phyllis. She was teaching Bob how to speak "Southern".
The "Past Tenses", a 50's - 60's group.
Did you every see a sax in a country band? There was also a trumpet.
Dave and Pat were given an award for outstanding service, and they were the rally co-host
Tom and Nickie, rally host and also given an award for outstanding service