Fortunately we can stay for the night, which is a good thing as we arrive only minutes prior to closing time.
The next morning, we are the first to arrive & start to enjoy the exhibits. The entire history up to the 1990s are displayed in both pictures & actual vehicles.
Many of you will be familiar with the TV ads: Go RVing. This is the organization sponsoring the ads.
This new museum is a little over a year old. Formerly, the museum was located in downtown Elkhart; but they quickly grew out of the facilities & to our good fortune, this new museum was built.
Many interesting pictures & photographs are on display.
The most interesting displays, however, are the rolling stock. Some of these RV’s have been restored, some are being conserved. Most are in driving condition & have been generously donated.
Since there are so many pictures (Bob was the photographer) we are including them as a slide show. We can’t remember all the names of the RV’s, but have included some of the signage for your perusal.
Tiazzi & Daphne with her extra toes
And finally, just in case you’ve forgotten, we included a picture of our “girls”.