Sorry, I've been a bit busy in my life so I'm slacking on my posts... so here we go.
Ralley was sweet. We got off to a hard start with Rob's Commander breaking down right before we met to leave from Bellevue. Poor Rob, just dropped a ton of cash to get everything fixed so this wouldn't happen, and the day he finally gets to drive it... caput.
Good thing it was only 4:30, and my dad made me fix cars with him over and over and over again... we were able to get parts and get it changed out in front of an office building... not the greatest, but better than blocking traffic where he first broke down! (sorry, no pics of that, I was greasy).
But we got to the ralley at 11:30 or so and set up camp as quietly as possible next to the water tower (only available water and power hookups we could see at night). Saturday was great! Here is some pics!
Rob being Rob
16ft Airstream, fantastic!
'Inspiration' (Rob told me to take notice right when this was taken... I did... see the next post)
'50 Burb color matched set, this picture does it NO justice!
Shasta/Chevy Combo was terrific!
Pano of the "early birds"
Sandy and Jerry's '71 Airstream Overlander (99.9% original) :)
This Newel was fantastic as well. Very similar floorplan to my Dad's RV.
This Mercury was from Maple Valley... lived in the same town for 5 years and never saw it :(... until now! :)
A bit blurry, sorry... forgot to turn the VR off...
There were a large handful of Boler/Scamp/Trilliums there
This was cool, longer version of mine (and a Shasta)
Very nicely done Aloha!
I may have to steal this idea for my celing...
This was towing
a couple other cool Class-A motorhomes
There were plenty of teardrops too.
Look, IKEA makes trailers too! :P
This was so shiny it threw off my camera sensor.
Okay, I'll let this speak for itself...
Heading home (Parting ways in Bellevue)