Well.... I made it,, sure was close though...but did get through the Holiday without any burned feathers...can't say as much for a couple of my other feathered friends or a few of them 4 legged hairy things.
Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and I will see you in Kerrville.
I will add you to the Attendees Web page we have one waiting at this time
I have had several calls wanting sites but no one has filled out the Rally Information Page Look at the bottom of the page for the founders of this Rally
Happy New Year to all my Sweetheart Rally friends - both of you.
Had a few Comanche cousins visit over the holidays. A sumptious feastr was prepared with the usual.
Tore into a bit of tasty bird brought by a cousin, exclaimed how good it tasted.
My cousin bought one of them turkey roasters last year, and tried it out.
Thought he had roasted a turkey, but he said, "No,not a turkey. Them there birds we roasted was Flamingoes. Got 'em on a midnight raid to a local RV park. Stoopit people had 'em staked out outside, easy pickins."
He explained that you rost Flamingoes just like you do turkeys.
Good eatin', tastes a lot like fried eagle.
Some said it tasted more like mule jerky.
2006 Discovery 39S Tin Teepee
Honda CR-V Toad
Enrolled member of the Comanche Tribe
Bichon Frise bear killers:
Lord Shonefeld von Reginald-Friese IV.
Lady Annabelle von Lichenstein-Friese III.
We've registered for Sweetheart #10 but are concerned about the extra cost that we may incur this year. I am hoping someone has a newer rig than our 2011 Class A Minus cause I don't think we can afford to buy dinner for everyone. Is that still the rule? Have we been saved by someone else with their purchase since March 17 2011?
Salianron --Sally and Ron
2003 Roadtrek 200 Popular