Issue #142 [Archived Newsletters] March 1, 2016

NATIONAL SERRO SCOTTY ORGANIZATION NEWS


Assateague in Maryland where you camp with the wild ponies, has been booked for months, but cancellations may happen. If you want to go, do try to get in. More info...


Decide if you want to join us on the road trip west to Iowa. The caravan will leave Mabel's Glade in Delton, MI and stops first at the RV Museum in Elkhart, IN. Then we travel to Illinois and camp for two nights at Starved Rock State Park. We head to Maquoketa Caves State Park in Iowa for the rest of the trip. Beautiful country and beautiful campgrounds and of course, the best people - as we say, "cute trailers, friendly people and awesome adventures"! Booking sites will begin April 1. Mabel will be reminding you.


Fort Pulaski is a must see when one visits Savannah, Georgia. It is on the way out to Tybee Island, another must see. That is the Savannah River in the background. Nice hiking here and sometimes you'll see an alligator in the moat! We can reserve a site for the Skidaway Island event (not specific sites, a site will be chosen when you arrive) now. If you are coming to this event, reserve soon because the campground informed me that this is their busiest time.

Camping Opportunities

NSSO Gatherings


The Starner granddaughters and granddogs participated from Delton, MI in the Eighth Annual Winter Camp-in. Check out the slideshow...

Welcome new members!

Arizona

  • Veronica Vollmer, Tucson

Florida

  • Andrew Kaphudman, Cooper City

Georgia

  • Lisa Fowler, Smyrna

Illinois

  • Jack and Sharon Bretall, Lansing

New York

  • Jim Page, East Hampton

North Carolina

  • Gabriel Roush, Norwood

Ohio

  • Lisa Steigerwald-Kana, Leavittsburg

Oklahoma

  • Glenda Durland, Tulsa

Pennsylvania

  • Brett Dixon, Huntingdon

Did you know?


We have a motto, "Cute trailers, friendly people and awesome adventures". And, we also have a theme song, created just for our organization, "The Ballad of John Serro".


Looking to buy or sell a trailer?

Parts

Scotty Restorations

We won't recommend any particular restoration shop. But we do provide guidelines to help your search. See our guidelines...

Other Cool/Retro/Trailer Sites


Barry Davis' 1979 HiLander project


Danny Covington getting ready to start his Scotty project


Donna Headrick continuing to make progress. Nice job on the safety chains!


Hilda Taylor in Portland, Maine!


Jeff Rhomberg is making quick progress on his '59. Note that the swoosh wheel well opening did not start untl 1960.


Ken Jones doing a nice job with new cabinets


Michael Leichty has started a '62 Shasta Compact project. It will be spectacular.


Mabel has started her '68 homebuilt project. Steel frame, no frame rot!


Don and Jane's HiLander in its new "dog house" in New Hampshire


The Nichols family got a great surprise, the upper window in their HiLander project had not leaked and there was no rot.


Rick Banks got right to work on his Scotty project


Suzi Wilkerson's new "Tin Can Awnings" awning. Looks great Suzi. Jean at TCA also made Mabel's boler awning.


Tom Curtis' granddaughter getting ready for spring camping


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Editor and NSSO Founder/Administrator: Nancy Kroes