|April 4 - 9, 2019 Rayne LA - Cajun RV Rally
Eddie and Tom Burns (922-8306) attended in 2018.
Some of the Roadrunners members may like to attend in 2019. It is a true Cajun experience. Music and food for four nights. There are a lot of groups from all over. Nice camping grounds with 30/50 amps, water and dump sites.
There is a Facebook page. Cajun RV Rally. Any type of RV is welcome.
Visit the website www.CajunRvRally.com. for the Festival International De Louisiana information.
May 5-11, 2019, Eureka Springs AR - Low income Build (Posted in Dec 2018)
Come on May 3 to see the PARADE on May 4
We are going to do our 2019 Build in Eureka Springs at ECHO Village which is a low income housing project (check them out on facebook. Their mission statement says it all). The dates are May 5 - May11. They will have a slab poured and we will be framing a new home.
We will stay at the Wanderlust RV park on Passion Play Road. Wanderlust is holding 10 pull-thru, full hookup 50 amp spots for us until they take our individual reservations in March. In the meantime, anyone who wishes to particpate, please send a non-refundable check made payable to Mary Christians for $10 per rig to ensure you get one of the 10 spots. Please send to PO Box 8358, HSV AR, 71910. Questions? Call Mary 922-8456.
May 7, 2019 a JOIN ME trip - Springtime in Memphis & the Smokies (Posted Jan 15, 2018)
JOIN ME Trip with Bob & Jane Nitchals – contact Jane: email@example.com or 402-332-6930
So far, we’ve made reservations at Memphis Graceland RV part, the other campgrounds will do so in the next few weeks.
Days 1-3 - Memphis
We are staying at the Memphis Graceland RV park from May 7-May 9 for 3 nights leaving the 10th.
Lots to do: BBQ dinner, Memphis Rock N Soul Museum, Gibson Guitar Factory Tour, Peabody Hotel Ducks, Visit Beale Street (Home of the Blues), Graceland ‘Home of the King’, Lorraine Motel (where Martin Luther King was shot), Stax Museum of American Soul, and if time allows: Dyess Colonies & Johnny Cash childhood home & Tenant Farmers Museum (Arkansas)
Day 4: Then it's on to Cedars of Lebanon State Park in Lebanon, Tn. for May 10, departing May 11. They have some 60 foot pull through sites and water and electric hook ups and you can reserve your site on line. The park is close to I- 40 and is a good stopping point in middle Tenn. Our campground site is area 1 site 29. They have a 25% discount rate for seniors.
Sites: visit the Hermitage (home of Andrew Jackson) if desired
Alternative days 4-7
Or you can choose to skip Lebanon and go to Chattanooga on your own for 3 days (Lookout Mountain and Civil War History)
Days 5-7: Knoxville/Lenoir City, TN (Nitchals will be here visiting family)
Sites: you can tour Oak Ridge National Science & Energy Museum & Knoxville, Norris Dam & lake or day trips to the Smokies.
Days 8-10: – Pigeon Forge – meet up again
Lots to do here! Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tubing, shows, shopping, Dollywood, Gatlinburg – shopping & tram over Gatlinburg
Days 11-13: Ashville, NC (Paris of the South)
Sites: Biltmore Estate, Visit Cherokee, Piscah National Forest
Days 14 & 15: Suggest North Georgia such as Chatahoochee National Forest
Days 16-18: Stone Mountain, GA (Nitchals will spend time in Covington too)
Return home OR Savannah for Memorial Day weekend!
June 19 - 24, 2019 LGPA in Rogers AR (est dates)
July 20- 26, 2019 - Tall Ship Festival in Door County Wisconsin (est dates)