Sunday, June 1, 2008

Every mans dream, a three some and the wife does not mind...


So this weekend, I had every man's fantasy... I had a threesome with my wife and my mistress. We ditched the kids and went on a road trip. 

The road trip was to the Crawfish Festival in upstate New Jersey. Cajun music and Cajun food were everywhere. 

     The festival was held in a truly beautiful part of the state, a far diversion from what you see along the Turnpike. Well, what a great festival it was. Next year this will be blown up into a multi unit rally that we hope will bring together many units in the region. I hope to have a host from the WDCU, the New England unit, the Wautung NJ unit, and the New york Metro unit all combine forces and have a blow out joint rally. This year there were three of us.
     I was, at first, disappointed that there were only three of us at this rally. I have to say that, I expected more WDCU members to show up. Dave Morrison brought his 1964 Tradewind and set up next to us. If you do not know Dave, well,  you should. He is a blast to be around and like me he is a VAP super fan.. Dave is a great guy and has a business taping the concerts he attends and then producing a live recording on CD for all those that might be interested. He set up and we waited on our final attendee to arrive. I am sorry I do not have a photo of Dave to post.

We was treated to the honor of hanging out with a celebrity trailer, yep, it was Vintage Thunder.

 Amanda, Donal, and Don were so much fun to be around. They are fine folks that have a deep appreciation for their trailer. I felt as though they almost feel like stewards and not so much owners. They sure love their trailer as much as I love Anna. I am sure we will be spending many years camping together.

So it was just three of us in our little Airstream court yard. A totally vintage courtyard to boot.

We had a rocking good time even during an electrifying storm...





On our return trip we wanted to do some touristy sight seeing. I looked at the map and found a road to home with some promising sights along the way. I was feeling good and Anna was pulling like a dream. We headed North for a while instead of South. We were wanting for some road side adventure.

We figured that if we were going to go and venture, well a privately owned , wood planked, toll bridge over the Delaware River was in order. The height limit was 11' and a 4 ton weight limit was well posted. We fit that bill exactly...  so we went for it. On the Pennsylvania side a $2 toll was charged by a man that looked about 100 years old.

This is Bushkill Falls. We picked up a tourist brochure in the Delaware Water Gap Visitor Center. We were told it was spectacular so we made a slight diversion to see it on our return home.  Wow is all I can say . The place cost us $9 each to enter, but the trails were very nice with many stairways and board walks through the rocks.

They lead down to the main falls and many other spectacular ones on a side creek. If you go here, come early because by the time we left it was being over run. I recommend this for anyone looking for a natural diversion. 
From Bushkill we hammered home to get the girls from the weekend sitter. Sure was nice to spend some quality time with both my wife and my mistress. All you parents out there, dump those kids off some where and go on an Airstream weekend with out them, it does a marriage good.

4 comments:

keimel said...

I'm pretty sure you meant the Delaware River, over which is Dingman's Bridge, or Dingman's Ferry Bridge, the $2 private toll bridge (for trailers).

That _is_ quite a beautiful area of NJ and PA and I'm glad to hear you got to see some of it. Very nice indeed. I played hookie several times by making excursions to the Delaware river in some of those out o the way places in and around DelWaGa. (Delaware Water Gap).

Frank Yensan said...

Thank you, I do not know where my mind was on that one... I made the correction. The bridge was a thrill pulling Anna. I wish I could have staged a photo somehow.

Rich Luhr said...

Vintage Thunder looks beautiful in your photos! I'm glad to see how well Don and Amanda have kept it. It's still the prettiest trailer I've ever had the pleasure of owning.

Frank Yensan said...

Rich, I know how it is to create something and pass it on. I have to say Amanda and Don are treating her right. I was not a fan of the red headed step child to Airstream until Amanda and Don "turned me on". You can feel good about where she ended up. Amanda and Don can feel good about converting me...