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|West Coast Oregon Rally October 2020|
|Author: BigRabbitMan (Show all albums)|
This photo album shows a few things that we did at the rally. The main thing was that we were able to meet new people, some new owners, and visit with old friends that we knew from previous rallies. Much time was spent just visiting and exchanging information and stories. Some parts changed hands as well. The pictures were provided by Stephen Heinrichs, Vicki Alstrom and Joe Johnson.
This is coach 339 and it is owned by Doug Howarth and Vicki Alstrom. This is their first rally as they just purchased the coach earlier in the year. Its a nice looking coach from Buhl, Idaho.
This lineup of coaches are from CA, OR, CA, CO, and OR. The first one is owned by Greg Miller, the next one by Larry Enoksen, then Stephen Heinrichs followed by Jim Steinborn then Harry Day.
Here is Jim's coach with him in the doorway. Looking on from the left is Larry Enoksen and on the right, Mike Hood. This is a converted transit coach so some things are different from standard units. Note in interior step and the higher brow of the coach.
Here Doug is taking a picture of the interior of the converted transit.
On the left is coach 324 owned by Dan Karnath of Medford, OR. On the right is coach 86 owned by Carl Beyer and Tracy Thomas of Woodland, WA.
Here we have the back side of coaches 1046-Heinrichs, 386-Enocksen and 708-Miller.
And here we have a frequent position observed at rallies. Head inside and rear end outside of an engine compartment! Here Dan is inspecting the inside of the engine compartment of Jim's transit conversion.
A front view of Heinrichs' coach 1046 which he claims is the newest FMC actively on the road as it is the fourth from last unit built.
In the area between the two rows of coaches, the FMC FireBox was enjoyed each night. This one was brought by Heinrichs and had been converted to propane since wood fires were banned this year. Dan brought the propane bottle. When allowed, it can still be used for wood fires. After the rally, three other owners ordered FireBoxes for themselves with their coach number on the end plates.
Due to having more people coming than initially anticipated, these three coaches were up the line a bit from the main group. The first one is 862, an M model owned by Mike Hood of Walla Walla, WA. Next is 724 owned by Todd Benson of Moscow, ID. Then we have Doug Howarth and Vicki Alstrom in 339 from Buhl, ID.
A better view of Coach 862. Repainting is in progress. We will see what he does with the topside at a future rally!
Here is Todd Benson's coach 724 from Moscow, ID.
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