28 miles was all it was from Goshen to Warsaw. Wow, the diesel didn’t really get warmed up and I really hadn’t time to adjusted into my seat yet. Well, it’s better that zero. Oh, I like to drive. It’s like watching a comedy show usually. Sometimes it’s a drama and then sometimes it’s a mystery. It’s fun..
We arrived at the fairgrounds here in Warsaw, IN for the VCR Reunion/Workshop Rally. We are retired so we don’t attend the workshop part. Their are a lot of good fun people here – all of them or they wouldn’t be VCRs. How do you become VCRs. Well, if you are always having fun at Escapee functions you will be found out and asked. Then there’s some checking on your fun history. Then you are asked. Then there is the initiation. Very secretive. The military has nothing on hazing when it comes to a VCR initiation. Their will be one done here.
Yep, I got to park next to the “Antique” or as I call it a hunk of junk. It’s a left over from a recent auction.
It’s Big Al. Newbie's call it Big Red only because they don’t know the history of the Escapees tractor trailer unit. I wonder what they would have to pay for an RV site..
This guy is Joe Tenpenny. He and his wife invented the Escapades way back when. We have a lot of fun together joking about the use of a microphone. He always could be relied on to get the job done and still can if called upon.
Later that evening a group came in and put on a small rodeo type thing and music. I guess it was good if you’re into Hispanic head banging music and horses. A lot of bass music and jibber jabber on the sound system. Hey, we all are entitled to do our own thing.