Elkhart County 4H Fairgrounds
This morning was the potluck brunch. I couldn't believe how many different dishes there were for the this brunch. I had thought about visiting the Mennonite Relief Sale, but by the time the brunch was over, so was the relief sale.
I've said it before and those of you who have followed this blog know that Bill and I enjoy RV rallies. We've met RVers from across the USA. Of all the rallies we've attended, none are as much fun or informative to us as the Montana Owners Club Rally. Every one is so friendly and helpful. Even the newbies have joined in like they are veterans. It still amazes me how much Montana does for its owners.
There are so many smiling faces with a lot of talking and laughter. Every day just gets better and better.
The annual group photo was taken in front of the barn. Unfortunately, I didn't have my camera ready when the photographer fell off the truck. Luckily, no one was hurt.
Every couple had a photo taken. I guess we didn't break the camera, as they still took photos after us.
I was coordinator last year for the White Elephant and I'll be doing it again this year but I also hosted the Tips and Tricks for Ladies.
This was a new event and I couldn't believe how many ladies attended. I was very nervous about doing this as this was something new added this year. I thought it went very well. I was so surprised when some of the ladies commented on how much they enjoyed the seminar.
I know that Montana listens to its customers but they don't just listen to the men, they also pay attention to things the women say.
The men also had a tips and tricks seminar.
Before I knew it, it was time for the Saturday night social. Keystone's Montana division hired a great band for the social. The Bobby Dunne Band played some great music and there were lots of people dancing. Once again, thank you Montana for the great evening of music.
Notice all the people dancing. Bill and I weren't up there dancing. My recovered shattered heel reminds me that those days are over.
I'm way behind on blogging and probably won't get caught up until after the rally.