In my last post I talked about how folks were beginning to leave for the winter season and head back (or on) to wherever. By early April our street was beginning to look pretty bare.
Well, around April 7th all of that began to change. We're being invaded by "The Alfateers" and their Alfa MHs and 5th wheels. The Alfa National Rally began April 11 and runs thru April 17th.
We couldn't nail down an accurate number, but there are supposed to be between 100 and 200 Alphas coming to the park.
The small tent is set up directly across from our rig and will be used by the group during the week. They are due to have a number of seminars, dinners, and vendors attending the rally for service and product sales.
It was obvious that it was a signal for us to move on. All of these Alfas have surrounded our lone Tiffin product.
Ok, before I start getting "comments" from Alfa owners, I'M JUST KIDDING! All of the Alfateers who we met around us were very nice folks. They are very passionate about their choice of RV, but then again, aren't most of us.
We have moved on, however. Again, not because of the Alfas, but because our stay at Palm Creek is up for the season ending on April 15th. We're heading up to the Thousand Trails in Las Vegas for a few weeks, then we'll start a slow journey eastward for the summer.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!
Looking forward to reading about your travel this summer!ReplyDelete
I'm going to attempt to be more consistent in my blog postings again once we're "on the move" again.Delete
We sort of felt the same way that time we visited with you at the Tiffin Rally and we showed up with our Winnebago. Sort of like the red headed step child.ReplyDelete
It was nice of you to be seen in public with us! ;c)
I know what you mean, but nice folks are nice folks, no matter which rig you have.Delete
I'm sure it's fun to meet all these nice people.ReplyDelete
And just think how we felt in a park filled with casitas and the like having a rally at the campground we stayed in a couple of years ago ;-)ReplyDelete
We were invaded by an airstream group in Moab. They were the nicest people, on a caravan together.ReplyDelete