26 Alfas all in a row were a neat sight! We managed to stay somewhat together on the drive to Indio, but a few stop lights and other vehicles did disrupt the line.
When we arrived we all parked together.
The Alfa owners are a friendly group. We've had a happy hour and camp fire every evening.
We went to several seminars today, and will attend more in the next two days. Some of the information is new to us, but much seems to be much like live infomercials. It is really amazing how many products there are for RVs.
We did like "Mac the fire guy", and bought several small fire extinguishers. We also took a look at our escape window when we got back to the coach this afternoon. It's not much larger than the regular window right next to it.
I'm glad we came at this phase of our RV adventure, but I don't think we will be returning on a yearly basis.
I'm really not sure why 1500 motor homes have gathered here on this dirt lot.
All of the people we have met have been very nice. I feel we have learned much from the other Alfa owners, and hope that we can pass the spirit of helpfulness along as we travel on our own.
We went to a large gathering tonight, and heard that several of the officers are quite sick. We wonder if it was something they all ate, and are glad that except for some snacks with the Alfa owners, and a breakfast burrito this morning from one of the vendors, we have been eating our own food.
Hope it isn't a flu outbreak. There are so many really old looking people here.
I must remember to wash my hands frequently, and not drink the water!