Hope you’re getting excited about our New Years Gathering, because it’s gonna be the best one ever! Lots of rigs are signed up and the hosts have been hard at work on the Agenda. And it is a great one, with lots of activities for one and all.
There will be fun, frivolities, companionship, and some serious historical visits. And not to forget food…. and food…. and food. Diets are to be checked in on arrival and may be reclaimed after the Rally.
So check out all the activities, and if you haven’t signed up yet do so quick. We just want to sure that everyone that wants to attend will have a space. Full details under the Main Menu, go to Rallies, Upcoming Rallies, and the 2018 New Year page. Or, just click here
Today we are adding our Face Book Page to the blog. So any post here will also be shown on our Face Book page. So the first benefit of this is that any blog is now publicly available. But more importantly, if you become a Friend on Face Book, you can also post on it! So now you can alert people to places you’ve been, sights you’ve seen, and in general keep up to date with all members of the TS FB page.
So if you go to the TS Face Boo page ask to be a Friend and you will be connected real time to everyone else who is friends. You will be able to let everyone know about special places to stay, where not to go, whatever you think is important.
Think of this as sitting around a virtual fire sharing stories with your TS friends! Give us a few days to fully implement this new feature, but we thought you may want to know. You can reach the site at TS Face Book.
Some time ago, we received a request from an TS motor home owner (non TS member) about having the X-Bracing done. We contacted him and gave him some information (I had it done on my TS). I got this response from him today:
“I just had the X bracing done at Pauls RV in Wakarusa, Ind. They got me in and worked on it immediately. I ended up staying in my coach while they worked on it. My windshields were so loose at top I could put my hand thru to the inside.
I had x\the X bracing done and windshield hoop, they know exactly what to do. My front cap mounting brackets at the bottom had come loose so they glassed them back in but my cap was still sagging so I suggested a generator hoop.
They raised the front cap and installed rectangular tubing under windshield and welded to the frame. It really made the front end a lot quieter. So if i can be of any assistance to anyone in the Supremes please give them my number.
I will be very happy to answer any questions. Thank you for your earlier reply.
PS: Pauls RV management/workers includes former Travel Supreme and Precision Painting employees”
So our Internet presence has helped someone outside the club. If someone wants to contact him let me know and I will give you his phone number. I have suggested they join our club. I thought this may be of interest to other club members because of the new contact for having work done on our Travel Supremes.
From John and Romola Laninga
Half way between Yellowstone NP and Glacier NP lies the town of Deer Lodge, pop. 3,100. We camped there, had some time, and found the Old Montana Prison. This was the first Montana prison, with a rather notorious history of greed, corruption and prisoner abuse (it was built primarily with convict labor). It now houses 5 museums, we visited two: the Prison Museum, and the Car Museum. It was well worth the time. One of the nicest car collections we’ve seen in a long time, and the Prison tour was chilling. We recommend a stopover here! Below are just a few pictures I took:
A ” gathering ” is happening at Aune Osborn Campground in Sault Ste Marie, MI. First night is Saturday, July 15 2017 running thru Friday, July 21, 2017. Checkout by 12:00 PM Saturday July 22, 2017. So far the Wellock’s, Moreau’s, and Rickles have reservations.
To make a reservation contact Roger by e-mail; click here (email@example.com). Deposit of $32.00 is required at time of reservation. Sign up now!
Like death and taxes, you can count on our annual dues being due again. In fact, they are due on or before April 1 (no that’s not an April Fool!) So here is a gentle reminder for you to get your dues (only $20) to Bud (E. K.) Odom, 211 Walnut Street, West Monroe LA 71291 by April 1st. This is the cut-off time for membership dues. Those not paying by that time will not receive a newsletter. And you wouldn’t want that!
So dig deep and send your $20 to Bud so you will be smiled upon at our next meeting or rally.
There are some new updates on the web site. We’ve added the following information and reports:
March 28-31, 2017 — Passport America Rally Tag-Along in Tucson, AZ (added)
September 25-28, 2017 — Annual Business Meeting Rally in Onalaska, TX (expanded details)
Officers corner — A new Wagonmaster report
The following picture was added just to take up some space and add color. Besides, there are some cool people in it…