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Old 06-20-2006, 03:04 PM   #15
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Dan, Your Amerigo looks similar to our 1978 UNIK, a Canadian made camper. Do you have manuals? Ever heard of the UNIK? Terry

i have all kinds if you dont find in document center get in touch and i will see if i can help

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Old 06-21-2006, 10:28 AM   #16
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We're back from 5 days of non-stop (well... I ran out of steam around midnight!) bluegrass music. There is nothing like enjoying jam sessions where world class musicians are playing just for the fun of it and the chance to associate with others who have the same degree of expertise. Now that is making music!!! The performances on the Main Stage were "nothing to be sneezed at", either! Even the Navy Band's bluegrass group performed! Mel Tillis and his daughter Pam were the festival highlights.
Our son Todd claims the only time he's seen so many RV's in one place is at Quartzsite. We took overlapping pictures from the hot air balloon so maybe a rough count of the RV's can be made.
We're grateful for A/C (temps were 100+F)
Great music, good friends, good food, & good weather made for our idea of a perfect time.
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Looks like a nice place. How did the meet go? Tell us more please.

Kurt & Ann- Glad you guys had a good time on your trip also.
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Old 06-22-2006, 12:13 AM   #18
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the rally/show went great 19 manufactures showed and displayed 46 truck campers the owners of companys were just great even camped out with us had 400 people show up for the BBQ and Band on saturday night the music was by the jim hyatt band out of denver just a real great band covered all the music from rock to country to even a little jazz..we are already starting the plans for next year already hired the band and a new cateror that cook for on sunday at no charge to show us his food and it was just fantastic so we hired him will be booking the same campground just need to set the dates..hard to say it after just finishing it up that we cant wait till the next one...


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