I admire folks who can keep it this simple
On down the hill were some classes and such
And a really pretty pond with a great campfire/happy hour spot
Groups of two wheelers were swarming innocent bystanders all week. I've heard tell of these damn lawless bikers
Then on to the vendor area. Sportsmobile had their Fuso, which I will mention again is so much nicer and roomier than I expected. Alan Feld was there with it, as was his wife. They even fed us breakfast on Sunday and passed SMB owners some SMB schwag. Thanks Alan!
Dave from Aluminess (and his wife) were there with their red Duramax van. It's really pretty and they are a swell couple of folks.
This guy was there. He has a blog someone posted awhile back. He used to have an SMB but went with this rig instead. I didn't get around to talking to him, but it's rather tricked out.
Random pics from vendor area
And then there was Chris and the Ujoint crew. Much obliged to them for feeding me, letting me keep warm by their wood stove (the back of a big smoker-trailer actually) and just being themselves, which is to say, great company and guys who love vans.
John and Mandi's awesome van, which is quite colorful, to say the least. I enjoyed hanging out with John and Mandi most of the weekend, and can't wait to see what's in store for them in their build and in their travels. They are a great couple of friends!
Another SMB hiding off in the bush. I never saw anyone at this one.
Last but not least is Bobby's Cummins-swapped SMB. It was just out in the lot, not on display, but you could've fooled me. I'm sure it's that way everywhere he goes.
Nice homebuilt front bumper on it too!
It was a great show! Hope to see more of you there next year.