Alumafandango 2014 is but a colorful memory. On the first day, we…wait. Let’s let attendee Glen “Glenritas” Gold from Shasta Lake tell you all about it!
“This was a great event again this year. I know I had a blast as did the rest of the trailers and owners, and one 325 motor home.
Speaking of the 325, it was the recipient of the polishing demos all week put on by Nuvite, and by the end of the week the right side was bright and shiny with only a few hours of polishing over the course of the week.
A couple hosted a 27-mile bike ride out to Riddle with a bonus loop west of Riddle and an out-and-back at the end of the ride for those that wanted more. We had 13 riders that varied in ability. The ride started at 8:30 am with the temp at 64° and ended around 11:30 am at 70° just in time for lunch downtown at the burger stand.
We had a bunch of seminars and classes along with roving happy hours every day. Every evening at happy hour there was a drawing for a bunch of stuff and a bunch of people took home a prize every night. A couple of evenings we had storytellers after the happy hour gathering. They were great.
The guys from George M. Sutton were on hand to show the new Airstreams and to make minor repairs for free. They also gave advice on maintenance. They were great. Thanks guys for your sponsorship of this event. Looking forward to next year.
There was an extra cost for a wine tour, and the jet boat tour that a bunch of folks took part in and had an exhilarating time on the Rogue River.
Saturday night we had a delicious dinner and Josh Rogan provided the evening’s entertainment.
Of course the guys from Airstream Life put on the event and like last year did a wonderful job. Thanks guys.
If you’ve never been to the Seven Feathers RV park this is one park you don’t want to miss. It has to be one of the very best RV Parks in the western states.”
|Thank you, Glen! Great report. Photographer Albert Lewis was onsite during Alumafandango week and captured the images you see here, and many more. ’Fandangoers, check your email inbox for a message from Albert explaining how to find your pet portraits, or connect with him at his website to find and order prints from the online gallery.|