Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Here are some of the Rally Field Parking at Region 2 Rally. We all had electric and daisy chain water hook-up. We dumped when we left. We had a beautiful week temp was in 70-80* all week , no humidity and a gentle breeze all the time. Carol and I did a lot of personal car tours of the area. There were brochures for everyone to follow, Thank God for GPS , it took you right to the front door of all the places.
Each day there was a continental breakfast( coffee,breads, donuts, cereal, bagels, fresh fruits, orange & apple juice.) No lunch necessary!!
We would drive all over , what a beautiful area , no litter and very clean. We went to the Naval museum in Buffalo down by the waterfront. This was 2 ships and a submarine to tour. Very interesting. The sub was very confining, my Airstream had more room? The buildings in downtown Buffalo were very bold..odd.and big!! I just kept driving around down town...beautiful!!
We went to the Falls ( in Niagara, in case you didn't know where?). They were awesome ...tourists everywhere, we even exchanged cameras with strangers and took each others picture to prove we were here.
We saw the Erie Canal Locks and took the time to see them operate.
We also went to the Merry-go-Round Museum to see an old Merry go Round in operation, but it was closed the day I went...shucks..... Our other members did see it the day before open and took several rides on it.
Each night the Region activities had a Door prize drawing for all and a show for all to enjoy. We also had a campfire in the back field for us Campers to sit and Chat... Thanks Leo!!! he got the wood!!! I even won a stool made by a fellow New Jersey Member. 2 nights we had a catered Dinner...WOW...Best Meal ever served at a Region Rally. The Caterers were
so quick and efficent all were feed in less than 20 minutes ...250 people thru a line is unbelievable?? Then show..... then dessert afterwards.
I must say this was an enjoyable Rally, we had a lot of first timers here and I believe they had a good time also.
There was a place outside the fairgrounds called "Reids" They had $1.00 Hamburgers, Red Hots (Dogs), and Milk Shakes, you could feed a family of 4 for less than $10.00. They were always full when we drove past, It reminded me of how McDonalds got started, but this place has been in business over 40 years. A Local Favorite!!
We left tuesday at 7 am and drove home...arriving at 3 pm 325 miles...I am tired time for a Nap!! Rallys are so Tiring???? But GOOOOD!!! Check out my albums for some pictures?????http://picasaweb.google.com/AirstreamHobo/Region2Rally#
Till next time ...God Bless...AirstreamHobo & Carol

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