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Old 11-15-2002, 09:13 AM   #1
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South Carolina Coastal Unit

The South Carolina Coastal Unit of the WBCCI would like to extend an invitation to any and all Airstreamers and guests to join us and rally at the following locations for the year 2003.

Come one Come all!

Thanks to all who came and enjoyed 2003 events with us.

It has been a great year and I cant wait for this year

Please scroll down for the 2004 Rally Schedule
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Old 11-15-2002, 09:43 AM   #2
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Question SC Coastal Unit Rally

Hi Smily,
Any thing planned for this December?
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Old 11-15-2002, 12:17 PM   #3
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Christmas in Myrtle Beach

Indeed!

Holiday cheer for all at Ocean lakes, Myrtle Beach.

Dec 6-8, 2002. Reservations highly recommended.

BYOS Steak dinner on Friday night

Plenty of fun with "decorate your Airstream" contest.

learn to wrap gifts like a Christmas Elf with Kathy and Debbie.

Holiday Ham dinner on Saturday night.

Church services on Sunday

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Old 11-15-2002, 12:51 PM   #4
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Hey Smillie
We talked about an A/S at the last rally for you , I think I found one. Give me a call 719 4529 thats my work or home 761 5233.
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Old 11-19-2002, 11:51 AM   #5
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WBCCI Survey

SC members,
Please see the WBCCI Survey at the following site.

Please request survey and participate in responding to the survey.

The link is:

http://www.geocities.com/ksmillie/WBCCI_Survey.html

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Old 12-10-2002, 10:02 AM   #6
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Christams party

I hope you guys had a great time in Myrtle Beach.
Sorry we missed you but I did have you on my mind while I was working on the ol' Overlander.

I put a full length window awning on the streetside this weekend.

I like it alot, so much that it motivated me to make a new awning cover for the rear window. I ordered the material and I expect it to be here tomorrow. I have the sewing machine ready to go.

I am also going to make wheel covers seeing that I already have the mounting brackets over the wheel wells.

Anyway, the Overlander should have different look to it at the next rally. I am looking forward to it.

I am thinking about stripping the coating off this weekend, weather permitting. I have talked to Fred B. about an assist and I am hoping that he will steer me in the right direction.

Until next time,
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Old 01-02-2003, 11:37 AM   #7
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Thumbs up

Thanks Smiley for your help. I'm still learning & I still have questions.
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Old 01-02-2003, 12:56 PM   #8
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Walterboro this weekend

How about it lowcountry, come on out to Walterboro SC for the January Rally of the SCCU.

New president Stuart Blakney will preside over his second rally.

Enjoy a Real Southern Bar b Que at Dukes. Best que around!

Make crafty drinking glasses with your favorite depiction embossed on it for that favorite beverage.

Location: Green Acres Campground, just off of I-95.

Get there early and stay late.

Rally Hoooooooo

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Old 01-21-2003, 09:17 AM   #9
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Thumbs up ENCU_SCCU Joint Rally

Plans are really shaping up for our joint rally in March; some fun things. some new things, lot's of great food, some different activities & maybe a surprise or two! Debbie & Carolyn are in "creative mode" so don't be left out of the fun. Call KOA Mt. Pleasant & reserve your site in the block set aside for the rally.
Date: March 7-9
KOA # 843-849-5177
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Old 01-25-2003, 11:34 AM   #10
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Cool Outer Banks Photos

Click on My Gallery (white1949)& check out the pics of the recent snowstorm sent to me by Jeanette Wilmoth, manager@ Camp Hatteras Resort. This is what our N.C. State Rally site looks like now but it will be warm & sunny when we go there in September for our rally! Beautiful now--beautiful then.
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Old 01-29-2003, 09:42 AM   #11
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Question

Smiley--How do I get another rivet? And where on the forum do I find all the info. I looked @ FAQ but that didn't answer all my questions. I hate to be such a dunce but some of this I just can't figure out!
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Old 01-29-2003, 09:57 AM   #12
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Rivets and Karma

Rivets are based on number of post'.

You receive your first rivet after you have posted 5 post
second rivet at 20
third rivet at 100
fourth rivet at 250
fifth rivet (rivet master) at 500

Karma is based on participation and interaction within the forum.

Karma is awarded for every post
number of views from other members
members can award you Karma or remove Karma depending if they agree or disagree with you post

You may notice some folks have Karma that is the same number as their post

You will also notice that some folks have considerably more or less points than the number of post.

This information is identified to the left under your avatar.

Hope this helps.
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Old 01-29-2003, 12:54 PM   #13
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Detailed explanation

There is much more detailed explanation at this thread:


http://www.airforums.com/forum...=&threadid=994

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Old 01-29-2003, 01:00 PM   #14
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Rivet February Rally

Were off to Columbia SC for the next rally.

Come ye airstreamers and check out the friendliest group of people you have ever happened upon.

RALLY AT THE BARNYARD
SOUTH CAROLINA COASTAL UNIT 150
THE BARNYARD RV PARK
201 OAK DRIVE
LEXINGTON, S.C. 29073
1-800-633-6351
LOCATED ON U.S. HWY 1 BETWEEN 1-20 & I-26
From I-20 take Exit 58 to US 1 N and go 2.3 miles; sign is on left
From I-26 take Exit 111-A onto US 1 S, go 3 miles (5 lights), sign on right
February 7, 8, 9, 2003

RALLY HIGHLIGHTS:

Friday Night : Dinner at Lizardís Thicket, or on your own, and then for those who would like -- travel to Billís Pickiní Parlor for an evening of musical delight. Cost at door $2.00 per person.

Saturday: After the General Membership meeting plan to enjoy the day at one of the flea markets close by. The Barnyard Flea Market features over 500 spaces stocked with every item imaginable, old and new. The Barnyard even features 180 mini-stores to enhance your shopping under the Big Red Roof. There are four restaurants located at the flea market as well as clean restrooms. The market is open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Saturday Night: After a day of colossal shopping we will gather at the meeting room for a game of SYN or share the great treasures you found at the Flea Market. Ice Cream for dessert.

Schedule:

THURSDAY Early Birds Welcome

FRIDAY
4:00 PM Rally Registration & Attitude Adjustment - $3 per Airstream and $4 per person (Children under 12 Free). Bring your drink and a snack to share.

6:00 PM Dinner at Lizardís Thicket, or on your own. They offer a good variety of home cooked food.

7-7:30 PM From the restaurant we will travel to Billís Pickiní Parlor. If you choose not to go, the meeting room will be open for you to gather in.

SATURDAY
7:30 Ė 8:30 AM Breakfast- Pancakes, Sausage and Fresh Fruit. Bring your tableware and cups. Coffee provided.

9:00 AM Rally registration.
9:30 AM Executive Board Meeting

10:30 AM General Membership Meeting

12:00 Noon Lunch: On Your Own. Enjoy the day at the FLEA MARKETS.

4:00 PM Attitude Adjustment: Bring drink of choice and snack to share. We will gather at the meeting room.

6:00 PM Potluck Dinner: Bring a dish to share, as well as your plates, tableware and drinks.

7:30 PM Gather at the meeting room for an evening of SYN and sharing your flea market treasures. ICE CREAM for dessert.

SUNDAY
9:30 A.M. Church Service with Marilee Morris

11:00AM Lunch-Sloppy Joe sandwiches, slaw and chips. Bring your drink & tableware.

Hope to see you there.

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Old 02-03-2003, 09:58 AM   #15
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Overlander has ridden into the sunset

Sigh........................

twas' truly a depressing day yesterday.

My trusty, coveted, 1971 Overlander headed off to other campgrounds and roads without me yesterday.

Thats right the ol' girl is someone elses pride and joy now.

I hope that the new owners have half as much fun as we did with the Overlander.

Regrettfully, we will not be able to attend the rally at Columbia. We are feverishly restoring the 1979 Sovereign in hopes of making it to the Joint Rally in March at the KOA in Mount Pleasant SC.

Hope you guys have fun!

Ken and Crissy
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Old 02-03-2003, 06:20 PM   #16
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Rally

Sorry you won't be joining us this weekend.

Look forward to seeing you in March at the KOA Mt. Pleasant.

Went by there today to pick up information to pass out at the rally this week end.

Know you had a sad but happy time to see your trailer depart. There will be other memories to build in your present trailer.

See you down the road.
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Old 02-27-2003, 11:38 AM   #17
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KOA Mount Pleasant

Joint Rally next weekend with the SCCU and the ENCU in MT Pleasant South Carolina. (March 6 - 9)

Make reservations early. You can do so at www.KOA.com tell them you are with the Airstream rally.

Lots of fun and food at this months rally, I have heard rumor that a the famous Frogmore stew is in order for Saturday night.

For those of you wondering what Frogmore Stew is.........

Long ago during the plantation days, way down south, outside of Beaufort SC, a small village named Frogmore became famous for its local fare consisting of shrimp, new potatoes, corn, onions, and smoked sausage was boiled together with some spices and Low(country) and behold... Frogmore stew. A true lowcountry tradition.

Now I dont expect you yankees to understand this concoction but if you ever get your tastebuds onto some of this stew, you just may head south to stay.

I have tried of Brunswick stew, it is good stuff but that is not even close to the splendor of Frogmore stew.

Come join us lakeside at the KOA for some good ol' WBCCI family fun. There even going to be two nights of fast paced horse racing. Bring your whip, beanie and riding boots.

I am bringing my new project.......1979 Sovereign, tours for everyone

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Thumbs up Frogmore Stew

I heartily approve of Frogmore Stew & not being a native of S.C I had to learn to eat in a totally different way. However, I'm a fast learner so in no time at all I was not only eating it--I was cooking it ---& before long I was even passing along the recipe! Now--I've heard there are certain members in SCCU (who shall remain unnamed) who refuse to even eat it unles it is more properly refered to as Beaufort Stew! One thing I am sure of is that whatever you call it David, Carolyn, Fim & Debbie know how to cook it! So come prepared to enjoy yourselves.
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Old 03-24-2003, 06:46 AM   #19
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Thanks to Renee Ettline

Well gang the results fom the WBCCI Survey are in and you can find them at this thread.

http://www.airforums.com/forum...9847#post29847


A huge thanks to Renee Ettline and all those participated in the survey.

I look forward to being a part of the evolution of the WBCCI.

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Old 10-09-2003, 08:50 AM   #20
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SC State Rally

"Halloween in the Hills"

Oct 15 - 19, 2003

Who is going to the SC State Rally at Palmetto Cove?

We are going. This will be our Anniversary with the WBCCI and already we are on our third AS. Do I have the Disease??????

All of you WBCCI folks gather up your pumpkins and your brooms and come on out for a week of fun filled halloween spooks and goblins in the high country of South Carolina. The Campground is located at the base of Table Rock and Ceasars Head. A nice quiet Airstream only CG.

Candy, costumes, games, entertainment and meals for everyone.

See you there,
Boo!
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