Our experience with the WBCC, (don't think the I had been added yet), was in the early 80's when we found out there was a Rally in the Adirondacks.
We decided to attend, show off our "new" 63 Safari and get an estimate from a factory rep who would be there. Had to park in a non-member area. It was "nice", although it was 3/4mi away, and the Rep needed a golf cart to inspect our trailer. We were interested in joining and were told we needed a sponsor, kind'a thought the "63" would be our entry ticket. Nieve newbie.
First impressions....very structured, everyone preciesly positioned, all activities on a strict timetable and not one AS without the red numbers, ('cept us), looked a lot like the flight line I had left behind in the '60's. Oh, and yes, there may have been family's attending, but most were couples.
We did get to observe one group fuction, it reminded me of a Friday night prayer meeting with Berets. Saw no campfires, no campfire music, nobody just sitting around enjoying each others company with a few AB.
I don't doubt that the members attending were enjoying themselves, but we decided that this was not the reason we got the trailer. I got the impression that not many there had much of an AS life beyond the WBCC.
We have Stream'd happy ever since.
Would we re-consider joining?, they are Streamers after all....
Maybe, when we are a "little" older and more mature we may fit in better...
We still enjoy dock'n in the 'Dacks, after we settle down a little.....?
Waiting for the cows to come home...they will you know, but will it be in time?