Red Bay, AL is the home of Tiffin Motorhomes, Inc. We had several reasons for dropping by our motorhome's "birthplace" on our way back east. I am happy to say that we had NO service related things to take care of at the Tiffin Service Center. We used to plan our trips to Red Bay to arrive during the off season, but I'm not too sure that there is any off season anymore.
Red Bay Downtown RV Park. Only 10 spaces, but FHUs, and all of the rigs are parked on concrete from an old storage building. Much cleaner than over at the Tiffin Service Center lot.
Marty and Bob. We first met them several years ago at a Tiffin RV Network Rally. We also met new friends Kathy and Wayne. It was a great time seeing old friends and getting to know new ones.
About a year ago we had an irresponsible person allow a shopping cart to strike the rear of our Honda Fit causing a pretty good sized dent. By now, the paint was starting to peal. I remembered that Custom Paint and Auto Body (owned by Bruce Deaton) came highly recommended by folks who had needed body and paint work on their motorhomes. Since his shop was only a block away from the campground I decided to see what he could do. He "squeezed" me in among motorhomes he was working on and completed the job in one day. The price was good and his work was excellent.
|"Before" and "After"|
Here's a shameless plug for Bruce Deaton should you need work done while in Red Bay.
Paul and Laura we certainly enjoyed our time with you (and Riley, of course). Here's hoping for a speedy departure from the Service Center for you and a speedy recovery for Riley.
Well, as much as we enjoyed meeting up with old friends and making new ones, it was time to move on down the road. We left Red Bay on Monday and traveled a short distance to Huntsville, AL to visit a few of the sights here and for Karen to visit with a past co-worker.
Thanks for stopping by to take a look!