A lot of them were for sale. And there were quite a few people there who had just completed their first trailer and were starting up a trailer restoring business. Everyone is in the vintage trailer business now. I don't know how many trailers were there altogether.
I didn't take pictures of any of the tube trailers. (airstreams) Just that one Bowlus at the beginning. I stopped taking pictures of Shastas about half way through. Too many of them. I also didn't photograph 70s or newer trailers. One thing I didn't like was that there were a number of trailers closed so you couldn't go in. So most of those I didn't photograph or I just took a picture of the outside. That's not how rallies are usually run on open house day. On open house day you are supposed to stay with your trailer and have it open for people to go in and look around. It's also a good idea to have it cleaned up for that without dishes and other stuff lying around.
Another thing I didn't like was how commercial it was. There were lots of vendors there selling stuff. It was like a swap meet in some areas. But there was free parking and shuttles to get you to and from your car so that was neat. There was a band playing 50s music but it was way too loud. I like the quiet when I'm at a rally. If I wanted to hear loud music I would have gone to a concert. There were no bathrooms except for the small ones at the rec center for the resort. That kinda sucked. But all in all it was worth the short trip.
Last Edit: May 10, 2015 13:22:03 GMT -8 by mobiltec
God grant me the strength to restore the trailers I can, The courage to strip the parts off the ones I can't, And the wisdom to know the difference...