We got our exercise in and readied ourselves for the day.
Linda got all the boxes of stuff we had shipped in organized and we dropped everything off at the Conference Center here at River Plantation RV Resort. Then she ran around and got several errands taken care of. Everything went as planned.
Our Rally Booklet with all our handouts turned out great. They're expensive, but I think they will make a nice addition for our attendees.
In the evening, we weren't sure if the weather was going to hold out for a campfire, but it did. A few of the Rally attendees are here already, but we started our fire with just our two lonely chairs.
As it got dark, Bill & Judy joined us, but it was just the four of us for this evening.
Tomorrow, a few more will trickle in, but it's supposed to be pretty wet.
Today was much like yesterday. It rained early but then cleared for most of the day.
We got our exercise in, and Linda verified some last-minute Rally details while I worked on Reunion Rally plans.
In addition to just getting together to have fun, we'll also have a group tour to The Biltmore, a day of whitewater rafting, a day of zip-lining, some hiking, some paddling, some wine tasting with music, and more. We've posted a tentative agenda on the Reunion Rally Information page.
We still have plenty of openings for that Rally which is the last week of May in Marion, NC just east of Ashville.
In the afternoon, we walked around and found some more attendees and introduced ourselves. The enthusiasm is contagious. :)
Ellen & Dan were putting up their new "states visited" map. :)
The afternoon turned windy, and we weren't sure about a campfire. But the wind died down just enough, and we had a few more around the campfire tonight.
Darlene brought treats for everyone, and it turned out to be a lovely evening in the RV park.
We chatted for a couple of hours around the fire, ....
and then called it a night.
Tomorrow, we'll have several more arrivals. And, hopefully, we'll have good enough weather for an even bigger campfire. :)