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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.
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Checking out what is in this compartment of the transit conversion. Be sure to check this one out at a rally as it is unique and very well done.

Note that the doors and engine compartment doors were open most of the time so that others could wander by and check what is different about each coach.

A good view of 386, The Grape, owned by Larry Enoksen.

Coach 708, owned by Greg Miller the newly elected FMC Owners Club President.

The evening gathering spot.

Coach 386, the Grape, in the rear and 708 up front.

This is the Couple that came the furthest and had the most challenges getting to the rally. Frank and Suzzanne Borrmann, of Bluevale, Ontario, Canada who own coach 645 needed to get creative to get to the rally since the border was closed to non-essential travel. Frank found out that while they couldn't cross the border with their coach, they could fly to Seattle, rent a van to attend the rally and then return the van and fly back home. That's how important rallies are to some coach owners! While the van was the cause of some ribbing, their coach is beautiful and immaculately maintained. Hopefully at the next one they can bring their FMC.

And last but not least, this photo illustrates the essence of rallies. Coaches of all types to view, good conversations and a place to relax and enjoy oneself.

Mike and Todd had attempted to leave, Mike's coach had a fueling issue so they temporarily returned work on the problem so we have this picture of four coaches together.

This is Harry and Sandy Day's coach #400 which they have owned since the early 90's. It is in immaculate shape and is highly original. They are from Salem, OR.

Sandy Day had just brought out some snacks to Harry and the others having a discussion.

Here we have Vicki, Tracy and Doug (and Bella!) in discussion.
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