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  1. noteven

    Hutchinson KS event Oct 1st

    For Rally folks arriving early: Asleep at The Wheel - scheduled for Hutchinson KS October 1 2017 Asleep At The Wheel - YouTube.url
  2. Has anyone attended one of the Workamper Rondezvous in Heber Springs, Arkansas? If so, did you find it worth the expense (about $440 registration for the two of us if we register early for a three-day seminar)? Thanks, Rob
  3. South Texas Birding HOP April 13- 18, 2015 HOP Hosts: Steve and Kay Krasovetz #92265 South Texas is rich with piney woods, grasslands, lakes and rivers, making this location a prime area for migrating birds, and making Texas a major migrating corridor in the United States and a magnet for bird watchers. Each spring there are as many migrating birds as there are birders, which makes birding one of Texas’ fastest growing activities and truly a birder’s paradise. In April it reaches a fever pitch with the greatest numbers and variety of migrating birds. Some of the well-known birds that will arrive are Hummingbirds, Warblers, Swallows, Buntings, Cuckoos, Hawks, Orioles, Thrushes, Flycatchers, the Yellow-headed Blackbird, Green Jays, Chachalacas, Caracaras, and Waterfowl, just to name a few. Although birds are the highest-profile migratory species in South Texas, there are also bats, butterflies, dragonflies, and sea turtles migrating. There will be a considerable amount of walking; please bring comfortable walking shoes, binoculars, and a camera for those beautiful pictures of the migrating animals in South Texas. Escapees has secured a private gathering room for dinners, announcements, social hours, and meetings, in case of inclement weather. You will have a wonderful time, and the Escapees have a fun-filled time lined up for you at the South Texas Birding HOP. Come, go with us; we’d love to have you! For more info, see: http://www.escapees.com/hop/SouthTexas.aspx How to register Please call the HOP department at 888-757-2582 or 936-327-887. Have a great day! Lisa Koca HOP Director Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Dr. Livingston, Texas 77351 888-757-2582 Website: www.escapees.com/hop
  4. TOMBSTONE AND HISTORY HOP March 15, 2015 After a fun and eventful Escapade, take a relaxing HOP or two. Let us do the driving; sit back, relax, and enjoy! Board a luxury motor coach with a local tour guide and enjoy the beautiful view of the mountains, mesas, deserts, and learn about Tombstone’s rich Western heritage. Images of gunfights, miners, saloons, ladies of the night, Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and the famous shoot-out at the O.K. Corral are the first thoughts in your mind when you hear about Tombstone, once a booming mining town, now one of the last frontier towns. HOPs are fun and enjoyable when you gather with fellow SKP friends. On this all day excursion, you will enjoy: Mescal tour, an old West town, built as a movie set where many Western movies were shot such as Quick and the Dead, Monte Walsh, The life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, and many more! The famous “shoot-out” at the O.K. Corral Tombstone's Historama The Birdcage Theater Museum, one of Tombstone's famous national landmarks. Legend has it that 26 people were killed in the Bird Cage during the Wild West days. The most historic Western graveyard, Boothill Graveyard, where several legendary folks were buried. and much more For more info on this HOP, see: http://www.escapees.com/HOP/Tombstone.aspx To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department at 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873. If you would like more information, you may e-mail hopinfo@escapees.com. See you at the HOP! Safe travels & SKP hugs, Lisa Koca HOP Director Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Dr. Livingston, Texas 77351 888-757-2582 Website: www.escapees.com/hop
  5. Tucson At Its Best HOP March 14, 2015 After a busy week at Escapade, take a relaxing HOP or two. Let us do the driving; sit back, relax and enjoy! HOPs are fun and exciting when you share them with your fellow SKP friends. Board a luxury coach with a local tour guide, and enjoy the scenic view of the beautiful countryside, including the mountains, deserts, and learn about the rich western heritage of Tucson. On the excursion you will enjoy: The architectural history of the “Mansions on Main Street”. The University of Arizona is rich with history. One of the two mast bells from the U.S.S. Arizona is part of the bell tower of the Student Union. The university also receives more NASA grants than any other university in the United States. The original building of the Presidio San Agustin del Tucson was built in the 18th century by Spanish solders. The beautiful Mission San Xavier del Bac also known as “The White Dove of the Desert”, was built in the 1700s. It’s a National Historic Landmark and was founded as a Catholic mission. The mission is considered to be the finest example of the Spanish Colonial architecture. "A" Mountain, also known as Sentinel Peak is a beautiful panoramic view of Tucson and the surrounding area. Visit several of the “saloon” venues. Via Tucson Mountain Park, a beautiful patch of the Sonoran Desert, visit the Old Tucson Film Studios which is a recreation of an 1880s old western town built by Columbia studios. John Wayne movies where shot there as well as other western movies, and T.V. programs. For more info, see: http://www.escapees.com/HOP/Tuscon.aspx To register for this HOP, contact: The HOP Department at 888-757-2582 or 936-327-8873. If you would like more information, you may e-mail hopinfo@escapees.com. There is limited space for this HOP and the post-Escapade HOPs fill up fast, so, don’t miss out! See you at the HOP! Safe travels & SKP hugs, Lisa Koca HOP Director Escapees RV Club 100 Rainbow Dr. Livingston, Texas 77351 888-757-2582 Website: www.escapees.com/hop
  6. Escapees Chapter 8, The Mexican Connection, 2015 Rally The rally starts at Pima County Fairgrounds (Tucson,AZ) and will be traveling to Kino Bay Sonora MX. Feburary 2 to Feburary 18 This is an all volunteer rally with the purpose on introducing Escapees to Mexico for the first time and providing charity for those in need in Mexico. Visit Chapter 8's website: http://www.mexicanconnection08.com This is Chapter 8's 30th anniversary of safely taking Escapees to Mexico.
  7. Jack Mayer

    HDT Rally Information

    All Rally's are open to everyone. You do not need to be a member of Escapees to attend. You do not need an HDT. You do not even need an RV. We encourage you to attend a Rally and find out if an HDT meets your needs! An HDT is not for everyone - but before you dismiss them from consideration get the facts. There are currently three HDT Rally's. The National HDT Rally occurs in October each year in Hutchinson, KS. It is a full week of both social and educational events. There is a full seminar schedule on various topics related to HDTs and RVing, as well as organized social events. Manufacturers display RVs of interest to fulltimers, and there is an open house for participants that wish to show their rigs. This Rally has events for both the guys and the gals. Everyone may attend - you do not have to have an HDT to do so. You do not even need an RV - there are hotels in the local area. We encourage people to attend this Rally or the East Coast Rally before buying an HDT. The Rally website is HERE. The online registration site is HERE. If possible, please register and pay online. The East Coast Rally is held in Crossville, TN - usually in April of each year. The Rally is a meeting of owners and people contemplating getting an HDT. Similar to the National Rally, this Rally is a mixture of educational and social events. Historically, it focuses more on social events, but there are still plenty of educational seminars. There are presentation sessions on subjects of interest to HDT’s and RVer’s in general. There are social functions to build relationships with fellow RVer’s, and functions of interest to both men and women. As at the National Rally you may have a chance to sit in and drive an HDT. The Rally website is HERE. The West Coast Rally is currently held in Caldwell, ID - usually in June of each year. The Rally is a meeting of current owners and people interested in becoming an owner of an HDT. Similar to the National Rally, this Rally is a mixture of educational and social events. The rally currently takes place over a long weekend. It started as more of a social gathering but has a growing information sharing and educational piece, including interactive seminars. There are presentation sessions on subjects of interest to HDTer's and RVer’s in general. There are social functions to build relationships with fellow RVer’s, and functions of interest to both men and women. As at the National Rally you may have a chance to sit in and drive an HDT. We encourage anyone with an interest in HDT's to attend. Specific information on the West Coast Rally can be found HERE .
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