Day two of the Dogpatch USA Rally began with lots of questions and no answers. All of the Golden Spike members are official volunteers and get to attend the Volunteer Dinner on Tuesday night. I found out about 10:00 that "someone" should have tickets, which I didn't. Three phone calls later, I discover I actually DO have the tickets in the guise of Volunteer ribbons, but I don't have enough. More phone calls and they are delivered to my door. Now THAT's service!!! I'm keeping copious notes so next year I'll be a little more prepared.
Patty, Dan and I took off in the golf cart to get final numbers on the ice cream deliveries and discovered many RV's have kitties!! This beauty put on a show for us, rubbing his head all over everything on the dash.
We were honored with another gorgeous sunset that I almost missed entirely in a matter of 30 seconds. That's all it took for me to grab my Nikon from the rig before it mostly disappeared, leaving me with one image. Desert sunsets are definitely spectacular!!
Today more rigs will be coming in, totaling in the neighborhood of 1250. There is a First Time Attendee Orientation seminar at 12:30, followed by the Chapter Fair at 1:30. A huge section filled with new motor coaches for us to drool over opens in the afternoon, with the evening entertainment being Bingo, starting at 7:00pm. Being the Bingo Cashier for the Merced Elks, I KNOW that building will be packed ... so go early if you want a seat!!