We had a great turn out especially since rain rolled in and this was the first rally. The campers in attendance were a 63 Shasta, a 57 Lincoln, a couple 72 Shasta Compacts, a Serro Scotty, a 64 Aristocrat Lo Liner, a 1940 Sears and Roebuck Tent and our Shasta. It rained on us but it was tolerable. It did not rain when we did the camper tour Saturday morning or when we had the pot luck Saturday night. Everyone had a lot of fun hanging out, meeting other vintage camper enthusiasts. Lake Tenkiller is definitely the clearest lake in Oklahoma. We stayed on Strayhorn landing, which is a campground on a peninsula, so there is a breeze coming off the water almost all the time.
I single handedly tried to double the attendance of the rally by having my parents, my wife's parents, my brother, his wife, their son, both my aunts, my grandparents, my wife's sister, her husband their son, and two cousins attend the rally. Not all had vintage campers, but some were vintage campers and some now have the bug. Did I mention my parents recently drove to WI to look at a Shasta? Ah but that is another story and I digress...
Okay enough chatter here are the pics:
Vintage Snoopy Tackle Box
Our daughter, Addie Chillin' With Grandma
Our Son, Will Crashed Out in the Hammock
Will Comes Out of Hiding, Almost