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Old 05-23-2007, 11:51 AM   #127
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No WBCCI in France or in Europe....
What "international "means in WBCCI if not overseas ?
Sure I'ld like to meet others Airstreams in rallies in France, in spite of we are not too many; Perry & Coline (Belrepayre campground ) in the south of France have organised that in their Airtstream campground and other A/S are from there; Not really other travel A/S. May be with the new European models , the WBCC 'll became really international with a representation on the old continent.
When this club 'll exist here, I 'll subcribe to meet other members that have the same or a different age, opinion, way of life, money, succes, standing life, etc... It's the diversity that make life and a club , interesting ;
see you soon in France.

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Get 10 owners together and start a new unit. I don't know what region you would fall under, but let the IBT figure it out. After all it is WBCCInternational.

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Old 05-23-2007, 12:03 PM   #128
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Get 10 owners together and start a new unit. I don't know what region you would fall under, but let the IBT figure it out. After all it is WBCCInternational.

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That's what I was thinkin'! Go for it, Bruno! And if you can't get 10 people yet for a unit, then join one of the units (like WDCU) that you can participate in by internet, and set up a unit rally in France to coincide with a rally in the states. A true International rally!

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Old 05-23-2007, 12:06 PM   #129
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That's what I was thinkin'! Go for it, Bruno! And if you can't get 10 people yet for a unit, then join one of the units (like WDCU) that you can participate in by internet, and set up a unit rally in France to coincide with one of the a rally in the states. A true International rally!

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Great idea, I am sure that RideAir and WDCU would be glad to have a rally in France. After that you should be able to find the 10 owners you need for a new unit.

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Old 05-23-2007, 01:25 PM   #130
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I totally agree with 2Air. Hospitality to another Airstreamer should take preference. We can always find another plate of food etc. Seems to me it would make people want to join a friendly club.

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Old 05-23-2007, 05:28 PM   #131
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I would invite all to join me I like the idea of hospitality and possible frendships of all sorts of people anybody even close to where I am camping is more than welcome and I will share all that I have at anytime even with the so called SOB's camping is supposed to be fun relaxing getaway from life's everyday hustle...
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Old 05-23-2007, 06:24 PM   #132
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Would you rethink letting it expire if there was a realxed fun loving Unit that was unlike anything you described?
Hi Milo, I would certainly consider it if the rulebook was thrown out the window, but I just don't see that happening with the WBCCI. I think the forum rallies we have appeal to me perfectly.
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Old 05-23-2007, 11:30 PM   #133
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Hi Milo, I would certainly consider it if the rulebook was thrown out the window.
Thats pretty much the concept. How many rules are really needed to camp and have fun?
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Old 05-23-2007, 11:43 PM   #134
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Hi, I just got back from a 4 day Vintage rally at Bass Lake, CA. Had a great time with the great folks who belong to this club. I have a new Airstream and have had the most fun with the Vintage folks, you just need a vintage attitude to be a member. I am looking forward to another Vintage rally in Colorado in July. Look into the Vintage club, you won't be dissapointed.
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Old 05-23-2007, 11:49 PM   #135
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My club would love to have you come to one of our rallies, we will pick up again in the fall, would you be interested in some information. I live in San Clemente.
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Old 05-24-2007, 05:00 AM   #136
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Thats pretty much the concept. How many rules are really needed to camp and have fun?
Sure, it's the first time I've a glance on it and that afraid me ...
I've the idea ... to create a WBCCI in Europe so in looking that .... hum !
With that , it'll be hard to convince 10 European Airstream owners to be a member of a new club... and 10 is nearly the total A/S in Europe... see the map .
People , I think , 'ld not want to be in a too much stuctured system when it's about recreational... Don't forget we are latin mentality at first ...

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Old 05-24-2007, 05:37 AM   #137
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Bruno,

I am sure that if you could find 10 Airstreamers to join a club you would have a great unit. But it is as you say - it would be difficult to find that many Airstreams near you.

I wonder a few things. Which region would you be with or would you even need to be in a region. And how would WBCCI service you as a unit in Europe.

Bruno,

Je suis sûr que si vous pourriez trouver 10 Airstreamers pour joindre un club vous auriez une grande « unité ». Mais c'est comme vous dites - il serait difficile de trouver 10 personnes. Mais - je veux savoir - a
vec quelle région vous seriez ou vous devriez même être dans une région (par example, j'habite en "Region 12"). Et comment WBCCI vas servir une groupe en Europe. Que WBCCI peut faire pour vous aider?
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Old 05-24-2007, 05:41 AM   #138
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Well Bruno depending on the outcome of the vote in Perry perhaps you will be the first member in France in the new Airstream only club International! Viva La France and the American Dream!! C'mon back for a rally when you can.
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