1 Vintage Birds Chapter of FMCA Vintage Bird Words January, 2019 Richard Ramsey President Shane Fedeli Treasurer & Web Master Steve Pappas Membership VP Nominating Committee Phil Roberts, Chair Randy Shrimplin Rally VP Randy Burdette Mallie Lennon Gregg Gesse Secretary Gary Shilling Our President (is not old, He is Vintage) Report Richard & Sue
2 Dear Vintage Birds Members: Merry Christmas and a Vintage Birds Happy New Year. This new year will be very different and exciting as we explore new rallies and new adventures. We have changed our Rally schedule and venue. We will have basically a rally in a rally in the South, then head North and then West. The Rallies will be fun, different and exciting. FMCA is having a rally in Perry, GA in March. I would love to have all Bluebirds park together. This will be a rally in a rally. How does it work? Simple. 1. Sign up for 30 amp electric when you register. 2. me with your name, and phone number. 3. Meet me in the holding area. We drive in together. Then let the fun and fellowship begin. I will come in the day before and spend the night in the holding area. July is the biggie. The Central Pennsylvania Auto Auction s 18th Annual Classic & Antique Event in Lock Haven, Pa., July 18 th to 20th and then the Boothbay, Maine Rally, which will be our Annual Meeting. The Central Pennsylvania Auto Auction features Antique and Classic cars to be auctioned off. They will provide dinner, band, and an open bar on Friday and Saturday night. The best part, it is free. We will rent RV spaces at the fair grounds across the street. The Piper aircraft museum is there and I enjoyed it greatly. Then we will venture to Boothbay Maine through New York, Vermont, etc. Shane and Steve are the rally hosts and you know they always have a dynamite rally filled with food and good times. Lobster rolls are calling my name.
3 Sue and I plan to re-explore the Maritime region of Canada after Boothbay. The Bay of Fundy with 30 tides, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia are beckoning me once again. Halifax, the Cabot Trail, Sydney, etc. created great memories on our last trip. Of course a visit to Daniel to see my old 94 wide body is mandatory. This fall we are traveling to the Red River Rally put on by Bluebirders Mike and Kathy Sparkman. Afterwards we will venture toward Albuquerque to catch a glimpse of Balloon Fest the next week. In the meantime, I hope to see you at Quartzsite (Q) in January and Lake Havasu and Love on the Mississippi in February. It is great seeing Birds of a Feather, WOG and Vintage Birds members sponsoring and hosting these wonderful and fun rallies. At Q, Vintage Birds will attempt to hold some type of social for all members and potential members. At any rate, you are expected to drop by and say hello and socialize in between all the activities. Q is a great Bluebird Rally. I am signed up for the famous Prime Rib dinner. Ray does a great job. Everyone is welcome at ALL Vintage Birds events. Our goal is to promote and foster all Bluebird owners and clubs. We are stronger together. In parting, join us for FUN and FELLOWSHIP and let s talk about those dang ole Bluebirds. Richard Ramsey As a Great American Said We Are All Orphan Birds Of A Feather, So Let s Flock Together.
4 Vintage Birds Left Alan Darson s Backyard Rally In Old Cape Cod and came to Jan Mohr and Ken Doyle s Backyard in Colonial Williamsburg October 1-6, 2018 Thanks To Liliana Pappas For Sharing About The Rally Vintage Birds held our annual rally and business meeting in Williamsburg Virginia at the American Heritage RV Park. The rally was hosted by Jan Mohr and Ken Doyle with 24 coaches in attendance.
5 Monday was Opening night, for our meet and greet we were treated to an array of heavy hors d'oeuvre which seemed like a full meal! The tent was even air conditioned!! Our goodie bags even had Whitley s peanuts. Plus each night we would draw a few door prize winners and there were many! The prizes were special local finds and many came from Jan s artist friends. Tuesday started with a continental breakfast at the clubhouse to boost our morning! Then many of our members went to visit the Jamestown Settlement, Colonial Williamsburg and other Historical sites near by.
7 A group of us decided to go and tour the Naval shipyards in Norfolk. It was a beautiful day for a cruise. This was a free day to explore our surroundings which were near and easy to get to. Dinner was also left to our exploration.
8 Wednesday started with another clubhouse breakfast to start our day. John McPherson gave some of us a talking tour of Yorktown where you could also go walking around town and others went on an awesome Schooner cruise up the River! Some of us even got to hoist a sail! We all reconvened at the Riverwalk Restaurant for a delicious lunch and trolley ride.
9 Dinner was pot luck at the tent that night. Thursday another energizing breakfast followed by our own flea market in the tent.
11 The guys got busy with their Tech session and round table which I call the BBBS sessions!! And I ask?? Why do they need a set time for one of these talks?? Aren t these rally s one big tech session?? While the guys discussed and had a boxed lunch, the ladies got ready for their luncheon. Thank you Jan for the female camaraderie and lovely lunch. Mid afternoon we held our business meeting and discussed plans for the Rallies in 2019 along with strategies for recruiting new members to the Vintage Birds Club and promoting Fellowship among all the various Wanderlodge groups.
12 Our evening was spent eating a wonderful catered meal and dancing to the sounds of Dan, The One-Man-Band. We found out that some of our members can really cut a rug!! Friday a large group went to NASA Langley Research and Development Center while the remainder had a free day to continue the exploration of the Williamsburg attractions.
13 We who braved and ventured into the NASA world came out a lot smarter than we went in...but then again I can only speak for myself! Dinner was prepared by our favorite smokin Chef Fedeli!
14 Sides were pot luck. ****Although, Jan had a great idea for these two make to pass meals. She made a list of courses with 3/4 slots (depending how big your event is) and you chose what you wanted to make for that course. ****Excellent idea! We said good bye to the folks that were heading out early. And others joined camp side fires and chats. Every night you could walk around and catch a gathering or just enjoy the great weather we had in Virginia. Saturday we were sent off with a catered breakfast that would have taken you through to dinner! Another successful rally in the books! Again Thank You Jan and Ken! See Y all Down The Road! Liliana Pappas
15 These were the attendees for the Williamsburg Rally: Ed Badeau and Leah Dippold Dwayne and Patti Cartwright Bob and Sonya Costin Mathew and Judy Dondero Steve and Kathy Enfinger John McPherson &Ethel Sawyer Dan Hunt and Judy Thomas Charlie and Peggy McKeehan Steven and Liliana Pappas Richard and Sue Ramsey Mike and Kathryn Sparkman Charlie and Martha Vaughn Randy and Linda Burdette Butch and Marty Charpentier Joe and Susan Crocker Ken Doyle and Jan Mohr Shane Fedeli and Nicole (sister) Gregg and Jane Gesse David and Leslie Lynch Dan and Liz Harris Bob and Joyce Peavey Phil and Cheryl Roberts Jack and Ila Van Den Berg Leroy and Glenda Wilson For Great Pictures of the Attendees and their Coaches go to the Vintage Birds web site at:
16 Rallies Make our BlueBird Communities Come Alive 2019 Quartzsite, Arizona January Lake Havasu City, Arizona February Fort Meade, Florida February Vidalia, Louisiana February 23-March 3 Perry, Georgia March Burro Creek, Arizona March Myrtle Beach, South Carolina April Maggie Valley, North Carolina April 27-May 5 Muscoda, Wisconsin May Shipshewana, Indiana June 5-9 Hood River, Oregon July 2-8 Boothbay, Maine July 28-August 4 Red River, New Mexico October, Oswego, New York July 23-27
17 2019 Vintage Birds Chapter Rallies Summer Rally Boothbay, Maine This will be the Annual Business Meeting Rally!! July 28 to August 4, 2019 Shore Hills Campground & RV Park Members need to print off the registration sheet from their web-site and list length of bus, list Vintage Birds & call for pet information if applicable. They don t allow any aggressive breeds. No credit cards. Members must sent check along with registration form. We have the following sites blocked off (see map on webpage) sites 148 to 136 / sites 134 to 135 / sites 114 to 127. $50 non-refundable deposit due prior to April 1st 2019 or they will not guarantee you a site for the rally week. Rally Co-HostsSteve & Liliana Pappas and Shane & Kelly Fedeli
18 Fall Rally Red River, New Mexico October 2-6, 2019 Road Runner RV Resort 1371 E. Main Street Red River, NM Call To Confirm Your Space Rally Host: Mike & Kathy Sparkman Call or Text We need your Rally Fee ($75 per person) and campground reservation by June 1st to hold our sites. After the first of June, the campground will release our sites for general reservations and they expect most of them to be full for Fall travelers. You must make you own Campground reservation at Road Runner RV Resort. Please call the Resort to tell them you are with the Vintage Birds Fall Rally because the blacked out sites on their website are being held for Vintage Birds. Please note the only Vintage Birds Fall Rally will be in Red River, New Mexico immediately before the 2019 Albuquerque International Balloon Fest on October 5-13, 2019.
19 Please complete the information below and send it with your rally fee payable to Mike Sparkman# by June 1st to Mike Sparkman, 5225 Thomas Drive, Unit 15, Panama City Beach, FL Name(s): Address: (very important) Phone: Resort Confirmation #: VB#: Coach Name: Arrival Date: Departure Date: #of Attendees At $75, Total Enclosed$ The 2019 Albuquerque International Balloon Fest only accepts online reservations. See: for additional 2019 information. Also, Santa Fe Skies RV Park has been suggested as an alternative RV park to stay at for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fest. See: for additional information. Plus see Member notes directly below from Mike on other places to stay
20 Member Notes (or What Have You Been Upta?) Send us stories and pictures of trips, locations, events On Dec 7, 2018, Leah Dippold wrote to Mike Sparkman: Hi Mike! Ed and I are planning to attend the Red River Rally, then go on to Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. In your flyer, you suggested spending one night in Taos and one night in Santa Fe. Wondered if you might have recommendations of where to stay. Also, when do you want us to register for the rally? Our friends Dave and Leslie Lynch are also coming. Thanks so much, really looking forward to all of this!! Leah Dippold From: Mike Sparkman To: Leah Dippold & Walter Badeau Subject: Re: Red River Rally Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2018 Thanks for your inquiry and looking forward to seeing you in Red River! As far as campgrounds, there is a Good Sams in Taos and 3 in Santa Fe. I am only familiar with the one on Cerrillo s road in Santa Fe. It is quite nice and close to everything. I have stayed there several
21 times, but highly suggest reserving a space there ASAP as it is not very large and has always been full. As for registration for rally, I will be getting a form ready which should be in one of the early 2019 Vintage newsletters. As for space in Red River at Road Runner Campground, it is a very large campground and they have blocked about 25 spaces with 50 amp service for our rally. The campground is closed for winter, but I will be there for about a month during the holidays and will be working out details with them for rally reservations. If you weren t able to obtain one of the onsite RV spaces at the Balloon Fest, I suggest that you make reservations immediately for either of the KOAs in Albuquerque. I have stayed numerous times at the Skyline on Easterly side of Albuquerque, and it is very nice but several miles further from the Balloon Fest Park than the Bernillio KOA. FYI the most exciting and beautiful thing about the Balloon Fest requires you to be at the park about 6 AM of mornings for the mass launching of several hundred balloons. I suggest that if you are interested in riding in one of the balloons that you make reservations. It is cheaper and somewhat less of a hassle. Reservations open January 1 for rides. Happy Holidays! Mike & Kathy SPARKY 1985 PT 35
22 Flock Together Planning to attend an FMCA Rally, why not find other Birds attending and flock together! your name and the rally you plan to attend to: And we will forward your information to other Birds attending. From there the attending Birds can decide if they want to park together or just meet up during the Rally. Find the FMCA Rally Information at: All Bluebird Rallies and Rally Highlights-Flock Together Support our Blue Bird Communities All Bluebird Rallies and Rally Highlights Arizona Hot Birds Bayou Blue Birds Birds of a Feather Password flocktogether Blue Bird Chapter of FMCA Friends of the Vintage Bluebird Club Lonestar Birds Password bluebird Vintage Birds Wanderlodge Gurus Wanderlodge Owners Group
23 Face Book Groups: Vintage Birds; Lonestar Birds; bluebird wanderlodge; BlueBird Wanderlodge; Blue Bird Wanderlodge, Buy, Sell or Trade; Bluebird Wanderlodge Owners; Bluebird Wanderlodge Renovations; Lady Bird bluebird Wanderlodge Group; Wanderlodge FC Owners; Wanderlodge Owners Group; wanderlodge tech talk. RVillage Groups: Blue Bird Wanderers; Blue Bird Owner's Group (BOG) If you know of another Blue Bird community we missed or if you want to start a new community let us know at and we will include you. Where Is Your Flag Flying?? Send Us Pictures Of Where Your Flag Is Flying Steve & Liliana Pappas Williamsburg, Virginia
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28 Coaches for Sale as of November 5, 2018 A Free Service Supporting All Blue Bird Communities 2000 Wanderlodge LXI 43' Asking $115, Wanderlodge FC35SB Reduced to $29, Wanderlodge FC31SB Asking $10, Wanderlodge FC35 Asking $29,500 See More Details and Pictures of These Coaches at Check out The Vintage Birds Web Site for Listing your Vintage Bird Highlights of Blue Bird Wanderlodge Model Changes Including list of all models for each year Pictures and Specifications For All Years Vintage Wanderlodge Buyer's Check List Terms & Abbreviations for Blue Bird Motor Homes You might also want to check out these great sources of Wanderlodge coaches... Face Book Group--Blue Bird Wanderlodge, Buy, Sell or Trade
29 APPLICATION FOR VINTAGE BIRDS MEMBERSHIP The Vintage Birds Chapter of FMCA was chartered in December 1984 for owners of Bluebird Wanderlodge coaches. To have active membership status, you must own or previously owned a Bluebird Wanderlodge or a Bluebird Motor Coach (BMC) and be an FMCA member in good standing. The purpose of the Chapter is to provide social, recreational and informational activities associated with enjoyment and pleasurable use of the Bluebird Wanderlodge and BMC coaches; a forum for the exchange of information on the maintenance, modification, and updating of members coaches; and long term and community wide leadership in promoting the vintage bird coach through support for all vintage bird communities. To achieve our purpose the Chapter engages in numerous activities including: rally support for hosting and supporting rallies throughout our great country, our Vintage Birds web site at which supports a very inclusive web site that lists All Bluebird Rallies, vintage bird coach information and coaches for sale, our Newsletter capturing Bluebird rally information and member social input, and our Vintage Birds Facebook Group providing members a social gathering place to post member adventures and social exchanges. see The initial fee is $30. This fee covers name badges and your first year dues of $15. Subsequent year dues are $15, or you can take advantage of our promotional rate of $40 for 3 years or $60 for 5 years! Paid dues are nonrefundable. Once you have paid Vintage Birds dues your application is classified as pending. You will receive the Newsletter and Chapter communications directly via and have access to the Vintage Birds Facebook Group. When you have satisfied all FMCA membership requirements your application is classified as an active member and you will be able to vote and hold elected office in the Chapter.
30 Please complete form below and send your check payable to Vintage Birds to: Shane Fedeli, 311 Robin Road, Hershey, PA APPLICATION FOR VINTAGE BIRDS MEMBERSHIP Your first and last name: Partner/Spouse first & last name: You(First name on badge) Partner/Spouse(First name on badge) Street: City: State: Zip: (Very Important) Facebook Name:(optional) Home phone: Cell: Coach model and year: FMCA# I belong to and support these Bluebird Communities: New Member or Returning Member Requesting Badges $15 Dues for One Year $15 Dues for Two Years $30 Dues for Three Years ($5 or 11% Off) $40 Dues for Four Years $55 Dues for Five Years (Best Deal 20 % Off) $60 Total Payment I understand that once I have paid Vintage Birds dues my application is classified as pending. I will receive the Newsletter and Chapter communications directly via and have access to the Vintage Birds Facebook Group. When I have satisfied all FMCA membership requirements my application will be classified as an active member and I will be able to vote and hold elected office in the Chapter. Signed: Thank You for Supporting Vintage Birds
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December 2018 Visit us online at: www.lubbockmustangclub.com The Lubbock Mustang Club is on Facebook! 1982-2018 36 years and counting! (Please "LIKE" us and you will automatically get all the current info).
T Time The Suncoast T Club Newsletter A Chapter of the Model T Ford Club International & The Model T Ford Club of America The Suncoast T Club was founded in Pinellas County August 16th, 2008, and is organized
Eagles View Edition Newsletter 26th Year New Bern Harley Owners Group 3528 UPCOMING NEW BERN EVENTS Director Assistant Director Treasurer Secretary Events Coordinator Editor Chaplain Historian Photographer
Pony Prints A Publication of the Panhandle Ponies Tallahassee Mustang Club August Meeting Location: Please note that for the next meeting on Wednesday 8, the Panhandle Ponies will be meeting at The Golden
Newsletter of the Georgia Mountaineers Chapter of FMCA June 13 17, 2018 Leisure Acres Campground Cleveland, GA Hosts: Nick & Darlene Knowlton Ed & Patricia Durrence Foreword: Before getting started with
Newsletter of the Georgia Mountaineers Chapter of FMCA It has been a few years since our last rally at Chattanooga, but the folks at the TRAV-L-PARK made us feel very welcome. And, there have been some
AFCCA CONVENTION SCHEDULE OF EVENTS TUESDAY, JUNE 5 6:30 am Golf Tournament Registration - Continental Breakfast 7:30 am 12:00 pm Shotgun Start - Lunch to follow 6:00 pm 8:00 pm Team Foundation for Children