A relaxing day...Eldy had lunch with his son, which was good for the two of them to be together, just father and son. I finished some craft projects here at home. In the afternoon, we went over to the RV Hall of Fame Museum. Neither one of us had ever seen it, and it's practically in our hometown backyard!
What a cool place! Vintage historical RV's, the history of motorhomes, hall of famers in the RV industry...the latest in technology for appliances in RV's...it's all here...I looked for a Shasta little mini trailer, like the one my brother found in a farm field and fixed up for his new bride. I didn't find one, but here's what I did find.....A 1916 automobile telescoping "apartment". The side cabinets slide in and the back telescopes into the front. Warm water for the shower is provided by heat from the radiator!
A 1935 version of a Covered Wagon...Covered Wagon was the largest trailer manufacturer in 1935. They produced one out of six house trailers made in the country at that time...
Tomorrow we leave for Celina, OH, to come in a little early for Nick Russell's Gypsy Journal Eastern Rally. Should be a LOT of fun! We'll tell you all about it in a couple of days...great seminars are lined up with some great entertainment....see you in Ohio!