Monday, April 20, 2009

Deja Vu

Yesterday, as we made our way to the Exhibit Hall here at The rally in Albuquerque, we saw some vintage RVs on display.  I was drawn to take a look and was getting serious attacks of Deja Vu as we got closer to the little travel trailers with the Shasta name.

 

 

OMG!  I think I lived in one just like this for 3 months in the summer of 1966.

 

From 1959 to 1966 my family lived in Anchorage, Alaska.  By ‘66 we’d had enough of the cold and decided to move to Florida.  My folks bought one of those Shasta trailers and we took 3 months traveling across Canada and down the east coast.  What wonderful memories for a 14 year old!

 

Every time I visit my Mom or Dad, I scan some old pictures.  You can see the whole 1966 summer collection on our Picasa Web Album. Here’s just a couple:

 

Oh yeah – we also presented another seminar yesterday – High Speed Internet on the Road had about 300 people in it!

 

Last one today – Picasa.  Then we’re back on the road and we’ll be headed to The Church.  … all will be revealed soon :-)

2 comments:

Rod Ivers said...

Your not alone, my family had the same Shasta in 1961. We went all over the US in it during three or four summers, as I was growing up. Fond memories!
Rod

Camille Carnell Pronovost said...

Apparently, you come by your gypsy blood honestly! LOL! What a great experience for you as a teen.