04/13/11 Day 1:
We started our trip with a visit to our old friend’s house and slept outside of his house on the street in Folsom.
04/14/11 DAY 2:
We met up with Roger and Roxie at the Jelly Belly Factory for our tour and free samples.
After the interesting tour and yummie treats, we headed out to Casini Ranch for the Airstream rally.
Checking in at Casini Ranch.
Our very plain campsite compared to everybody’s decorated Airstreams.
04/15/11 DAY 3:
We discovered the Russian River right at Casini Ranch.
Shiao Niu Discovered the Russian River and loved it.
Shiao Niu found her favorite stick while at the river.
Submarine Shiao Niu.
Wild Shiao Niu…..having a wonderful time.
Looking at the beautiful California Coast at the Sonoma Coastline.
Seagull whispering secrets to Lana.
Seagull going home after telling her nature’s secrets.
Dancing with the surf!
04/16/11 DAY 4:
Lots of beautiful Airstream of all different styles and ages. We met lots of good people and made some new friends.
Starting from the top/back of the pict: Roger & Roxie, Bob & Phyllis and Ken & (Shauna not in picture)
Putting up Bob’s awning.
One of the Airstreamers brought a genuine restored army jeep in the back of his truck while towing his Airstream. It was quite a sight.
He was even offering rides to people at the rally. I am sorry that I missed my chance.
Marcia going to the potluck.
There were so many people there at the rally. It was somewhat intimidating. I was not use to so many stranger that was actually nice people. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming that it threw me for a loop. It just makes me that much happier that we bought an Airstream and had the opportunity to meet so many nice people. I look forward to meeting more Airstreamers.
I met a lot of people there, but as always I can’t remember everyone’s names. As I see their faces, I can tell you stories about their Airstream.
This line of tables were full of Airstreamers. People come from all walks of life and all very nice.
Here are some photos of some vintage Airstreams.
04/17/11 DAY 5:
Packing up for the trip home. We all had a great time and again it was a valuable learning trip for me. I listened and learned from everyone’s experience. Roger again came to the rescue and save the day. Roger was able to help me in fixing my power jack problem.
Everyone pitches in when we camp. From the oldest to the youngest. Always something to do.
One last picture before leaving the area. The redwoods were impressive. Marcia! where are the redwoods in the picture?
Crossing over the San Rafael Bridge into the Richmond Area.