It was our third year and once again we had great weather. Well, there was that bit of rain early on Sunday morning but that didn't dampen spirits of 50+ campers. For the third year we gathered at Ledge Park overlooking the beautiful Horicon Marsh. We had a total of 26 rigs this year - some a little more vintage than others.
I didn't get a picture of every trailer at the rally. Apologies to those of you that I missed. There's always next year! In the meantime, here's a few to enjoy . . .
|A "new" Yellowstone for Dave and Monica.|
|Very cool in the inside, too.|
|Don and Linda's Airstream is a 2000 - one they found close to home.|
|Last year I missed a picture of Dave and Joan's Avion.|
|The cow on the front was a nice homage to the trailer rally name.|
|BJ has the best lights decorating her Trotwood.|
|Larry and Marsha have recently discovered vintage trailers. Love the decor of|
|Cindy and Ken shared their site with. . .|
|Tim and Molly. (Apologies if I messed up|
|Steve and Tammy came from Iowa with their little Serro Scotty.|
|This Trotwood has been in Clyde's family since 1958 - only one owner all these years!|
|Don has a pretty pair with his Shasta and Ford station wagon. |
Probably turns a lot of heads going down the road.
|How many of us women can relate to the sign on Zoe's trailer?|
|Vito is the latest in Norm and Julia's gnome "family." A pretty good guard for Ginger.|
|The newest of the trailers - Lynn and Derek's. He's done a nice job building|
cabinets on the inside. And he's still customizing their "haven" to fit the
needs of the family.
|Speaking of customizing - Jerome has made|
this Spartan his own.
|He built this Studebaker to pull the|
|The newest addition to George and JoEllen's trailer decorations.|
|Patron bird of vintage campers - Kaye's find.|
Next it will be Birds & Bovines IV, June 9-12, 2016. Still a few spots open for folks who enjoy this era of trailers and LOTS of good food!