I will reply to your PM with my address for you to send me a check for $31.82, which I must receive by April 10th. This is to cover your first night. You will pay your balance when you arrive at the park.
Cancellation policy: Normally, it's one night's stay, but since that is all that is required ahead of time, I'm sure we could work something out to get your money back if you had to cancel in the last 30 days. (The park would apply your night's payment to someone else's balance and they could pay you back.)
Unless otherwise noted above, everyone is assumed to be coming in on Friday and leaving Sunday.
To help offset some of the expenses involved in putting on the rally, we ask that each rig bring an item for the Silent Auction. Don't spend more than $15, unless you really want to spend more on the item. Bring it wrapped so we can't tell what it is. And please, NO "White elephant" items. We had some really great items at past rallies.
Tentative Schedule of Events
Thursday May 16
Coffee & Dessert social - 7pm in the clubhouse. Bring a dessert to share with everyone, and we'll have the coffee going.
Friday May 17
In the morning, coffee will be on, along with some fruit and donuts.
Starting around 5pm, Welcome and Happy Hour (BYOD) with heavy appetizers (potluck style).
Later on around 6:30pm, Bingo with prizes. In the clubhouse. Proceeds to benefit The Rally Fund.
Saturday May 18
In the morning, coffee is on.
Breakfast is at 8am. We're going to do the good ole "omelet in a bag". We'll supply the omelet fixin's as well as some sausage and bacon on the side.
Lunch...on your own.
From 5-6pm, we’ll hold our silent auction. Place your bid on several mystery items. Winners announced after dinner. Proceeds go to the Rally Fund.
Dinner will be at 6:30pm We'll be cooking up some ham this time and we'd like to ask everyone to sign up to bring a dish (potluck style). See the sign up sheet below.
After dinner, a short business meeting, select next year’s Wagon Master(s), suggestions for next year’s location.
Announce the Auction winners.
Sunday May 19
Coffee is on again in the morning
Saying farewell to many
Monday May 20
Time for the stragglers to leave
Tuesday May 21
Okay, it's really time to leave now.
Getting to the park
Some people had problems last time we went here when they followed the instructions from their GPS units. If you're coming from the Portland area and your GPS unit tells you to turn at Kreder Rd, [b[ignore it! Continue on down highway 18 and turn left, right into the park. See the park's website for more info.
Good news--we can probably come next year! In fact, I just made reservations since I want Space #1 for the 3rd time. At best my walking ability isn't good, and right now I'm hobbling with a meniscus tear in my right knee--surgery 29 June after our Northwoods Owners rally. That was the easiest registration I've ever made. Name only--she took no more info--just confirm/cancel 30 days ahead.
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Linda and husband Dave (retired US Army) W7DDW
Magic, Yellow Lab Female, born 18 July 2010. R.I.P., Jake!
2002 Arctic Fox 25R, Yamaha 2400i Generator
2003 DODGE 3500 SLT Quad Cab, 4x4, SRW, HO CTD, 3.73, 48RE, Jake Brake
Going to jump this to the top and maybe we can kill the other post. We are planning to be there and it looks like it will just be a stop on our way home from Yuma. I will make my reservation a bit later but we know now that my health is good and the doc in Yuma is a Quack A Matic and should be doing a lot of things but doctoring is probably not one of them. Five months wondering if I was going to live to see the next day and now we find out after testing here there has never been a problem...