Here is most of the group that attended the Rally. I hope one of the group photos came out. This one was taken after many shots and many in the group are not even looking at the camera.
We all took a trip over to Trailer Buff. Trailer Buff is a full restoration company that does an unbelievable job at restoring all sorts of vintage trailers. The shop is equipped to do anything required in taking a trailer and giving it a new life. The quality of the work is as fine as it gets. The shop is owned by Martha and David Makel. Everything done here is done to finest standards. If you ever get chance to see a Trailer Buff trailer, you will be blown away.
They have a huge lot of trailers waiting for new owner...
This is Dave Makel showing a premier project, a 1937 Clipper being restored for a museum.
I find the water decals on the door with in the door be be a great way to document where you have been. Here are a few nice ones from this weekend.
Just so everyone can have a good laugh at my expense, here I am trying to put my canopy away at the end of the rally. How do those Chinese get these things in the bag?
Actually we had a huge rain storm and so much water collected that the thing collapsed. The guy in the Thor built Citation next to me lost his Zip Dee. I actually left it as a crumpled ball of trash. I think they sell the same ones at Harbor freight for $29.97.