Thursday, April 4, 2013
St. Simons Island and the Tiffin RV Network Rally
On Wednesday before the TRVN Rally actually got underway we took a drive over to St. Simons Island to visit Fort Frederica National Monument, an area administered by the National Park Service.
The first British settlers landed in this area (of what is now Georgia) on February 18, 1736. They established
Wesley Memorial Garden and a very old Christ Episcopal Church nearby.
The Reverand John Wesley conducted services by the first church inside the walls of Fort Frederica. The
This morning began with a discussion of modifications and a general “how to” on several items common to many different coaches. Several very knowledgeable speakers led the discussion and then took questions from the audience. I always learn from these discussions.
Later Karen and I attended a class on Picasa (the Google picture organizing program) and we picked up a few more helpful tips there to assist with the preparation of the blog.
Does there seem to be an underlying theme throughout the rally? Could it be that RVers love to eat? I believe so.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!