Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Just a few of the Volunteers...Coffee wagon feeds us all...Thanks...
June 16, Tuesday, 7 am this morning the Pancake Breakfast begins for the week. The Officiers make and serve Pancakes to all the Volunteers. Coffee is also available. The line is long and takes me 1/2 hour to get to the grill, but it is worth it...Great pancakes..Breakfast all week till saturday.

I return to the airstream to see 3 bags of dirty laundry to wash. Carol and I head down the highway to a Laundermat to do 3 loads. 10 days on the road and I already have 3 underwear, 3 t-shirts and a few socks dirty, takes me 1/2 hour to do my wash. Another hour to do the rest, I guess I should change more often..(grin) Then I help fold all the wash, I didn't know there is a certain way to fold wash...I thought you just roll it up and stowe it. I learned alot today.

Back at the Rally, more airstreams came in, as of monday at 4 pm there was 259 rigs parked. I rode bike around to take pictures of the workers doing their job, Thank-You Volunteers.We now have electric and water & they also pumped our tanks out on monday..next time will be thursday.
******* Just a Note to my Buddy.. Jim....Happy Birthday!!! 2 weeks till Retirement!! Enjoy it , it sure is FUN!!

Till Later... God Bless.....AirstreamHobo & Carol


  1. Obie, I could not help but notice that a few trailers in presidents row are flying an improper array of flags. I have been warned that flag flying is heavily regulated at International and seeing this in your photos is shocking to me. You might want to get those rabble rousers straightened out before the WDCU shows up. To aid you in this I will paste the regulations....

    The flag of the United States of America should be at the center and at the highest point of the group when a number of flags of States or localities or pennants of societies are grouped and displayed from staffs.

    When flags of two or more nations are displayed, they are to be flown from separate staffs of the same height. The flags should be of approximately equal size. International usage forbids the display of the flag of one nation above that of another nation in time of peace.

    You know what a stickler I am for breaking rules, all the rules that is, except for ones pertaining to flying the American Flag.

  2. All Flags are at the same height..therefore they are correct display... Obie