Cover: Texas Tiny Trailer Rally
Tiny trailer rally wows two first time attendees
- by Brenda Willis & Bob Phillips -
Bob and Brenda Willis attended their first Texas Tiny Trailer Rally held May 16-19 and summed up their weekend with these words: “Wow! What a fun time we had.” They are already looking forward to attending the Fall rally.
“We have a 2018 NuCamp Tag Outback Edition teardrop camper and we’re having the absolute time of our lives,” Brenda said. “Bob is retired and I’ll retire in five years. Our plan then is to sell everything, upgrade to a larger camper and RV full-time.”
The Spring rally was held at the Johnson Creek RV Resort and Park in Ingram, Texas, hosted by NuCamp RV and Princess Craft RV. PJ Buerger, general manager of Princess Craft, attended the rally along with her two daughters, Lindsay and Jackie, “both of whom provided much assistance and fun at the rally,” Brenda said.
“PJ held two Tech Talks/Round Tables on Friday and Saturday mornings. She provided tips and ideas on how to take care of and maintain our campers, along with fun places to go in our campers,” Brenda said. “Princess Craft had parts and accessories for purchase on display, and they offered a 10% discount during the rally.
Campers were kept busy with a variety of events. The agenda included a campground cooking class, presented by Kate Dunbar of Campground Gourmet; a beginner yoga class, a potluck dinner, craft class, beer and wine tasting, and a pancake breakfast.
NuCamp hosted a barbecue dinner Saturday evening with a dance following. It proved to be a special occasion for Brenda and Bob.