Oscar & I recently enjoyed the company of many friends at the 2nd annual Hill-a-Palooza fiberglass RV rally. It was a homecoming hosted by Denise & Phil Underwood, the best rally wagonmasters to be found, anywhere! Here's the Wonder Egg tucked in amongst its Casita pals.
When eggs gather for a rally, a miniature housing development appears out of nowhere and all the townsfolk are real friendly-like. Just like Mayberry R.F.D.
You've got your patriotic display of colors . . .
Some even bring their itty-bitty flamingos to go along with their itty-bitty trailers. This one is a 13' Casita named "Love Bug"
The Wonder Egg wasn't the only Oliver at the rally, there were two other Texas Ollies there . . . here's one from Spring, Texas.
Just 'cause we have small trailers doesn't mean we can't have a BIG party room . . . he, he, he.
This "Lil Critter" is a 13' Scamp. If you look closely, you can see a live little critter in the front window.
I'm sure this rig turns heads as it goes down the road. A white 13' Casita being pulled by a white unmarked (retired) cop car driven by white haired Mary!
It's not often that Oscar can say he's the big dog in the group. He may be in over his head though by the looks of the Chihuahua on the right. Look out Oscar!!!
Those two little whipper snappers weren't the only hot dogs around. As you see we knew how to make good use of a nice fire and some sticks. YUM
Denise officiated the evening fun as her 10 year old daughter, Katie, expertly wielded a sophisticated digital SLR camera to capture the event for posterity. Katie is also an excellent spontaneous artist . . .
Oscar was not a big fan of the scarf and hat I made him wear during the hillbilly pet show . . . (You can't see the hat 'cause it slipped way back on his head)
Well, the 2nd annual Hill-a-Palooza is past. We've all taken new memories home and look forward to next year.