Ted and I have made a decision to settle down in Fresno, California. We will be moving to a home near our nephews in August. We are selling the Motorhome and therefore will not be coming to Chama this year nor will we be able to come to September business meeting. I have resigned as President of the Traveling Supremes and Jim Hoover will step up to become President to complete our final term. More information will be coming soon.
Ted and I will remain emeritus club members and hope to see you all at a future gathering.
It has been a great experience being a Traveling Supreme member and we have made wonderful friendships with this great group of people!
Ted and Susan Kercher
From Susan Kercher’s Facebook post, with permission
Ted and I left Alabama last Friday afternoon. We spent that night in Mississippi and then two nights in West Monroe, Louisiana at our friends’ (Polk and Linda) home on their RV pad! On Monday we arrived in Onalaska, Texas with 12 other Traveling Supreme rigs! On Monday we had a group dinner, Tuesday we had lunch at Manny’s Shrimp Boat and then went to a very cool rock shop! Wednesday we had a member give a really interesting presentation on metal detecting, along with a boat ride on a pontoon boat for all interested members and another great meal fixed by our hosts! Today we headed to a Texas prison museum. It was very interesting and there are pictures of the great things the prisoners are capable of making.
Next stop was lunch at the Farmhouse Cafe! They have yummy dinner rolls and cornbread. Ted and I had salads and shared banana pudding pie! From there we went to the Sam Houston Museum. Our tour guide had tons of amusing anecdotes. A fun day, followed by a light supper at the clubhouse! Tomorrow we all head out for other adventures! Thank you Deanne and David Phillips, our great wagon masters!
Early morning departure