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Old 05-11-2006, 10:02 PM   #29
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Hello! Redeagle 313 = Tim & Randi, married almost 13 years and we have two daughters, Madeline who is 9 and Meredith who will be 4 by rally time. Madeline has been homeschooled the past three years and Meredith will start her schooling this year. No pets at this time, but I am sure a dog is in our future.

We have had our Airstream for about a year now and are still very pleased with our choice. We spent over 40 nights in it last year. From the first night at the dealer's lot to the last trip of the year to Disney's Fort Wilderness, we had a lot of fun last year. We attended the Midwest Forums Rally last year, but the date for that event won't work for us this year, so this year it looks we are heading north from Indiana to be with you all.

The Airstream is our first RV, and the first one in either of our extended families. My dad loved Airstreams and all things made of aluminum, he would comment every time we passed by one on the highway. So I am sure he is looking down on us with a smile.

Looking forward to meeting all of you!
Welcome Tim, Randi, Madeline and Meredith.
Well, it looks like Alex will have some girls to play with this time! Sorry Carol, you will be playing second fiddle this rally!
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Old 05-12-2006, 10:54 PM   #30
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Old 05-15-2006, 03:57 PM   #31
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Well since HDS is not geting around to it, I'll write a little about us. Harold is a Postal worker. He fills and maintains the stamp machines around town along with other duties. I am a Preschool Teacher and director of Humpty Dumpty Child Care in Jackson. The children call me Miss LeeAnn which often comes out more like mizlann, thus my nickname. Our children (two girls), are both in college now and don't often come out camping with us anymore. We have a cat that we are going to try to bring out with us this year, (inside the trailer only), and a dog that nobody will want around, (staying at home). We used to be Civil War Reenactors, but decided the packing and unpacking was getting to be to much. We do miss the friendships made around the campfires though, and we are looking forward to forming new friendships with you all. LeeAnn
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Old 05-15-2006, 04:07 PM   #32
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Welcome to LPPI

Looking forward to meeting you LeeAnn....Annie and Marvin
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Old 05-16-2006, 06:23 PM   #33
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Introduction of ITOWAIR

Not sure if I was to write an introduction or not since we are charter members of the LPPI but here it is anyway.

We are the Neumanns Andy and Claudia and Triton. Triton is our 2 year old German Shepard Dog, by the time the Rally rools around we will have a new addition Amadeus another German Shepard puppy.

We started our camping in a Fleetwood popup about 10 years ago. We graduated to an Airstream when we bought a slightly used 1998 25 ft Safari. We joined the Metro Detroit Chapter of the WBCCI and I served two terms as unit prez. While at international in Vermont we upgraded to brand new 2004 28ft CCD. Which Lou calls the FU FU trailer , we went a little overboard with the Hazard Orange color sceem.
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Old 05-20-2006, 10:11 PM   #34
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Tick tock, tick tock

Do you hear that?
It is the sound of the rally getting closer!
I could really use some help setting things up.
John - did you get in touch with Apple Creek to find out about the way we are to handle the reservations?

I have not heard from Jeff Terry yet about the T-shirts either. Jeff has been elected to a new office at his UAW Local and he has been very busy. I will probably run over to his house later this coming week to see how he is doing.

What do we all have for ideas for the rally? Let's breathe some life into this thing!

I will be doing up a reservation form that will include a couple of extras should anyone want to participate in them. Things like T-shirts and what-not.

I would also like to come up with a "logo", (for lack of a better term), for our little rally. Give us all some idea as to what you thing we should use. Then we can vote on them. The one that wins will get an award at the potluck dinner!
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Old 05-21-2006, 12:19 AM   #35
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Well, just got back from hockey again.

Lou, I actually am going to be camping at Apple Creek this Thursday thru Sunday. We just pulled the Safari out of its house today and are washing it down and airing it out. I should have a fuller report on or about Memorial Day.

Sorry about the silence, I've been a little pre-occupied with looking for a sailboat. I'm thinking about starting my own club: The Ayers Yachting, Expeditionary and Recreation Society. Get it? It spells, er, Ayers! Oh, well, never mind, my wife would kill me....

Hey for an idea, here's one I kick around every so often. This would conflict with a potluck maybe, but maybe not. We could do an Iron Chef competition. We have one ingredient, that no one knows ahead of time, and the contestants have to make a meal, or a dish with that ingredient. Wouldn't have to be everyone there, just have a sign up for interested parties and then the others judge and the winner gets a new dutch over or something. The secret ingredient could be something like mangoes, or sausage, or kale or waffles or whatever. And then you'd have to make either one dish, like a side, or do a whole meal, one main, two sides and either salad, bread or dessert.
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Hi John, Maybe HDS and I will come out and meet you next weekend. We can't camp but just to say hi. My sister gave Harold a surprise birthday party this weekend. The theme was pink flamingos. It was so funny. There was pink everywhere!!! They gave him 6 pink flamingos, pink flamingo cups, straws, and even a pink flaming beanie hat,(no propeller). LeeAnn
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Old 05-21-2006, 08:37 AM   #37
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Stop by, in the evening, if you wish! I don't know what campsite we have, they'll put us there when we get there, but we won't be hard to find, look for the 22' Vintage AS.
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Old 05-22-2006, 09:33 PM   #38
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Well, just got back from hockey again.

Lou, I actually am going to be camping at Apple Creek this Thursday thru Sunday. We just pulled the Safari out of its house today and are washing it down and airing it out. I should have a fuller report on or about Memorial Day.

Sorry about the silence, I've been a little pre-occupied with looking for a sailboat. I'm thinking about starting my own club: The Ayers Yachting, Expeditionary and Recreation Society. Get it? It spells, er, Ayers! Oh, well, never mind, my wife would kill me....

Hey for an idea, here's one I kick around every so often. This would conflict with a potluck maybe, but maybe not. We could do an Iron Chef competition. We have one ingredient, that no one knows ahead of time, and the contestants have to make a meal, or a dish with that ingredient. Wouldn't have to be everyone there, just have a sign up for interested parties and then the others judge and the winner gets a new dutch over or something. The secret ingredient could be something like mangoes, or sausage, or kale or waffles or whatever. And then you'd have to make either one dish, like a side, or do a whole meal, one main, two sides and either salad, bread or dessert.
I love the idea. It may take up some of the potluck time but let's see what the rest would think of it!
We also expect a full report with photos after this weekend, Mr. Vice President....
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Old 05-22-2006, 09:35 PM   #39
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Hi John, Maybe HDS and I will come out and meet you next weekend. We can't camp but just to say hi. My sister gave Harold a surprise birthday party this weekend. The theme was pink flamingos. It was so funny. There was pink everywhere!!! They gave him 6 pink flamingos, pink flamingo cups, straws, and even a pink flaming beanie hat,(no propeller). LeeAnn
As long as it was pink and it was a beanie! That is all that counts!
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Stop by, in the evening, if you wish! I don't know what campsite we have, they'll put us there when we get there, but we won't be hard to find, look for the 22' Vintage AS.
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Should not be too hard to spot a vintage AS of any age then!
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Old 05-23-2006, 11:14 PM   #41
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Seeing as how we are all supposed to "register" with John or myself I am planning on doing up a registration form for the rally.
It will have all of the pertinent questions and blanks on it.
How does this sound to everyone?
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Old 05-24-2006, 04:47 AM   #42
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It all depends on what the pertinant questions are , and can we leave the blanks blank. Will there be a blank for our questions? I'm new to this rally stuff and there are lots of questions. What should we wear, what do we bring, is Spain really purple like it is on the map? Sounds like a good thing to me.
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