The Good Sam Club is 50 years old this year and the Georgia Good Sams celebrated the event at this rally.
I am told that there are about 700 rigs here. All types of RV's are welcome - Motor Homes, Travel Trailers, Fifth Wheels, Truck Campers, Class A's, Class B's & Class C's.
The predominant landmark here at the Georgia Fairgrounds is the clock tower. You can see it from almost anywhere in the fairgrounds. The fairgrounds is huge and I would be lost without the clock tower for a guide.
This is our first Georgia Good Sam rally so upon arrival we were given a First Timers Information Booklet and a ribbon that says, "First Timer". The lettering on the ribbon faded out in the photo. Also we were issued a name badge and an attendance bar. Some Good Sams collect these bars and sew them on their vests.
A display of Georgia Good Sam veterans in their uniforms. Veterans were honored every night at the main programs.
I'm guessing that there are about 100 vendors selling everything an RV'er might desire.
Free coffee and donuts (2) were served every morning. These are my donuts and coffee. Big bites out of one of my donuts.
This is the hospitality area. Note the Happy Birthday banner.
This is the main assembly area and stage. In the mornings, we used this area for coffee drinking.
The Chinese Auction is very popular. Winners are to be announced at the last meeting on Saturday. We didn't participate.
There's Treky parked with the big boys.
This is Tippy's Good Sam
It got hot so Treky put on his white sunglasses and extended his awning.
We are camped in a nice grassy area and Tippy loves to roll in the grass.
Right across from our camping site is a beautiful lake.
Tippy loves the lake - More about that tomorrow.
Ron, Tippy and Treky