> We got home Sunday night from the Lacrosse Eggfest.
> There was in excess of 50 trailers in attendance.
> While mostly Scamps, ther were several Casitas, a U-haul
, and a
couple of S.O.B.s containing friends of fiberglass.
> The youngest trailer was a Scamp
13 deluxe which arrived at the Eggfest
directly from the factory on the same day as delivered.
> The oldest was a 1976 Scamp
13 which sported windows
of the same type as used
on LoveBugs from the era.
> There were some remarkable trailers in attendance,but more importantly there
were nearly a hundred remarkable people there[and one old grouch].
> The weather was cool for the most part, with occasional rainshowers and a
constant dark cloud
consisting of mosquitoes and gnats.
> With a generous spray of repellant the problem was mitigated so well that a
great time was had by all [except the old grouch].
> Lacrosse offers great fishing, beautiful scenery, and many activities, as
well as a most attractive downtown area.
> There was great musical talent on site,enjoyed by one of the best audiences
to be found anywhere.
> A special thanks goes out to our gracious hosts,Jim and Jonell Hovind, who
gave so much of their time and substance to making the event possible.