Our Lazy Daze Motorhome

Our Lazy Daze Motorhome
2009 Lake Louise

Friday, March 22, 2013

2013 Spring Fling Stone Mountain, GA

Last November, we visited Stone Mountain to see if the location would be a good fit for our Southeast Lazy Daze Caravan Club.  Ed and I are Wagonmasters and were also hosting the Spring Fling.  The Stone Mountain rally coordinator, John Gombala, treated us like royalty.  We stayed three days and enjoyed every minute.  We were there for the first week-end of "A Stone Mountain Christmas", which was amazing.  The park was lit up "like a Christmas tree" and the shows were professionally done.  If you are looking for a venue for your group or just a destination for a few days, we highly recommend Stone Mountain Campground!

March 14-18, 2013 -- Stone Mountain Rally

Our group picture.  Unfortunately, the Motts left before we took this picture.
I always get excited to see all the LDs lined up.  We had 10 LDs at Stone Mountain. 
At the German Bakery, we met the owner who is an artist and bought cards with her artwork on them
We do a lot of this at our rallies.  We have a great bunch of people with many different personalities and from varied walks of life, but we all have one thing in common, the love of our Lazy Daze. And we love to sit around and talk about how we have enhanced our rigs or any good ideas we have heard or read.
We always have lots to eat because our members are awesome cooks!!
Pancake breakfast without Clara?  She got deathly sick so Joe and his girls handled it with ease!!
Our first "sandwich nite" was a hit.  And we enjoyed Entertainment by Tedd.  His music is original and has a unique sound and funny lyrics.
Some of us decided to walk to the top of the rock.  It took a bit longer than we thought with our creaky knees!
The open air train ride was nice.  Well, sitting down was nice after the "rock climb".
At breakfast, Tedd handed out shamrocks to all the ladies.  After all, it was St. Patty's Day!
Our first movie night featured "Second Hand Lion".  Everyone must have liked it since they all stayed til the end!
The plantation was more of a village.  Some of the structures were original to the site, others were moved there, but they were all old.
All the furniture was period.  It looked as though people were actually living in the homes.
Happy 7th anniversary to the Southeast Lazy Daze Caravan Club!
Stone Mountain is the largest bas-relief in the world, featuring Stonewall Jackson, Robert E Lee and Jefferson Davis. 
Ed and I appreciate everyone's help in putting together and carrying out this rally. We assigned the jobs and no one complained!!  It is always fun to get together with others that love their LDs as much as we do.  For that reason, we are already looking forward to the Fall rally in October in Chattanooga, TN.

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