Made it home in one piece after driving through some torrential rains down I-79 in WV (had to slow to 40 mph in places). The Northeast rally was fantastic for us first-timers!! The Wagonmasters went above and beyond the call of duty and cannot be commended enough for the energy that they exhibited while we were there. As Glenn stated in another post the campground had a ventriloquist last night who was outstanding!! DW was the subject of puns from each dummy that the ventriloquist used. It was so funny. They refered to her as "Sue" and said that they had all dated her. I thought she was keeping a lot of secrets from me for the last twenty years!!! So, I have a new DW now, at least in pun, named "Sue". And I have a lot of new personal acquaintances that I now can put a face to on the forum. Now if I can just get the slides open!!
Bingo and Cathy - Our adventures begin in the hills of WV. We are blessed by our 2014 3850FL Big Sky (previous 2011 3750FL and 2007 3400RL) that we pull with a 2007 Chevy Silverado Classic DRW CC dually.
I must also agree with what Bingo said about the wagon masters doing such a fine job. This was our first Montana rally as well and I can say that from attending other rallies with other brands they did a superb job.
As far as the ventriloquist goes, what can I add? That was a very funny and he did pick on Sue a lot, ah I mean Cathy! (lol)
Bingo, have you gotten anything figured out on your slides yet?