During the afternoon of the 20th, we had boat races here in Arizona, in the campground, in a homemade lake, with homemade (or should I say RV made) boats. Marilyn won the Booby Prize for her boat made out of a plastic cocktail glass with a straw for a mast, and an Escapee Decal for a sail. Oh, and she also won a bottle of wine.
Breakfast on the 22nd, the end of the rally, was interesting because the guys cooked for the ladies, and served the ladies. The guys were not allowed to eat with the ladies, not even their wives. These pictures show the guys and gals at different tables. This was the end of the rally, and most of the Chapter 44 members headed for home or other parks.
After our 4pm social, 10 of us drove out Apache Trail to the Mining Camp Restaurant for dinner and a show featuring the McNasty Brothers. For dinner, we had water, tea and lemonade; rolls and raisin bread with prickly pear jelly and coleslaw; then it was barbequed beef ribs, chicken, ham, string beans, baked beans, potatoes; and finally, a cookie with raisins. Then Denny Orr received a special treat since his birthday had been the day before.
Type at you later.