Birds of a Feather (BoF) Annual Q Rally
This is the second largest yearly gathering of Blue Bird Wanderlodge coaches, and the largest yearly gathering of Blue Birds west of Pine Mountain, GA.
“Birds of a Feather” 2019 Quartzsite Blue Bird Rally information is available for viewing. Click on https://birdsofafeather1.shutterfly.com/ the password is flocktogether. The documents are fluid in that they will be revised some as time moves forward. (Just to wet your Whistle as of Feburary 9th, 2018 )
Come to the Blue Bird Quartzsite Rally to Enjoy Yourself. Participation is strictly voluntary. No one is expected to attend all the events. However, we like volunteers. As you read through the Event Details and you wish to volunteer to lead an event(s), send an email to your BoF organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign Up: There is no need to sign up for the BoF Annual Quartzsite Rally. There are no Reservations and the rally dates are the same dates as the Quartzsite Big White Tent RV Show. The norm is 80 plus coaches joining the rally. Just come on out, spend the days you can, enjoy yourself, meet old and new friends, and enjoy the desert sun. Or you can send email@example.com your name and planned Q arrival date and you will be recorded on the Q Participant list. As we get closer to the event dates the Participant list will be noted on WOG and published on the BoF site http://birdsofafeather1.shutterfly.com/ password is flocktogether. Many have said they plan to return and are already on next year’s Q Participation list.
Time: The rally events are on Arizona time. Set your clocks.
Fluid Documents: The Calendar and Event Descriptions are fluid meaning they will change as time moves forward. Check back often. The documents are in PDF format and located on the BoF website http://birdsofafeather1.shutterfly.com/ the password is "flocktogether" one word, no quotes. Due to weather conditions, specific event dates may need to be changed, you will be kept informed while at Q, with updates to our daily information White Board.
Print the Calendar and the Event Details: Just before you depart for the Q rally please print a copy of this document and the Calendar document and bring them with you. The Calendar and Event Details can change and will change as things happen.
Rally Dates: The official rally dates are January 19 - 27, 2019. Many coaches arrive before, some arrive weeks before. The Calendar covers 16 days, the relaxed week before the rally and the actual rally.
Rally Location: The rally location is on BLM land in the La Posa South Long Term Visitor Area. We’ll plan to be camped (parked) in a circle and in the same location as prior years. La Posa South is about three miles south of Quartzsite on the east side of Hwy 95 between mile markers 102 and 103. Drive in past the kiosk and park in the area to your right. Write down your license plate number(s). Go inside the kiosk and pay your $40.00 for up to a 14 day stay. You will need $40.00 cash. Go back in the morning and pay your fee if the kiosk is closed. Then drive on the black top road to about its end. Look to your left for Blue Bird coaches.
Google Maps: http://goo.gl/maps/6Grhe Takes a few seconds to load. Instructions are on the left. GPS 33°36'43.3"N 114°12'01.3"W
Open Evenings: Every other evening is an OPEN evening (nothing scheduled but the camp fire), allowing you to do what you want, go to town to eat, etc. But please join us at the evening campfire.
Some suggested places for lunch or dinner.
Q Yacht Club – A great place. It’s located at 1090 Main Street, Quartzsite, AZ 85346. From the BoF Nest go out to hwy 95, north to the first light after crossing over I-10, turn left on Main Street, it’s on your right on Main Street.
Silly Al's Pizza – Great Pizza. It’s located at 175 W Main Street, Quartzsite, AZ 85346. From the BoF Nest go out to hwy 95, north to the first light after crossing over I-10, turn left on Main Street, it’s on your left just a short distance on Main Street, just before the BBQ place.
Lacasa Del Rancho, Mexican/American Food – North of business 10 on the east side of hwy 95.
Fire Wood: Bring a bunch of good firewood. A bunch means A LOT! All you can! A giant pile! Good hardwood, the junk wood in a plastic wrapper from the grocery store usually burns up in 5 minutes. Our morning fires to warm up by and our evening bonfires are what make Q so much fun. But we need your help in bringing lots of good wood. Green wood or those bundles from the grocery store are not very good. Old rotted giant firewood pieces end up making more smoke than heat. Fred is very picky about his firewood's quality! Drop your fire wood near the camp fire circle.
Quartzsite offers some unique shopping opportunities. There is lots of RV equipment usually represented at booths, such as Demco, Blue Ox, Dometic and others. The Tent and Surrounding Area – Shop for RV Stuff, Rocks (Gems), Flag Poles and Flags, tools, craft items, all sort of miscellaneous stuff. Food Stores – Big Market west of 95 on the south side of Main Street. Road Runner, Quartzsite General Store, and Family Dollar Store, all three are east of 95 on the north side of Main Street. Produce Stand on Main Street just west of 95. Blythe – Blythe, CA is approximately 25 miles from the Birds Nest. Good stores. Most everything one would need.
Holding Tank Dump Service: We will be parked within a half mile of two BLM dump stations and eight fresh water stations. Going there early morning or late afternoon will help to avoid lines. Holding tank dump service is available. Let one of the organizers know if you need the service, we will probably have them come to our group.
Water Fill Service: No water delivery service available at this time. But again fresh water is available within one half mile.
Name Tags: If you have name tags from any function, bring them with you to wear. Or make one yourself.
Locate/Secure the Q Area – The first unit(s) to arrive at Q will hopefully locate the same Q nest or nearby, and follow on with the items below. Keep in mind that a large area (circle) is needed to park 80+ coaches. The bigger the circle the better. Do not unpack everything until a final area is secured. See Help Secure Parking Area PDF.
Communicate with units in the area – There may be units already parked in the Q nest. Inform the folks that a large group of very large diesel powered coaches with large noisy generators will be parked around them according to the BLM rules (15 feet between units). Let them know that you are making them aware and they might want to move, or invite them to join the party.
Mark (X) out coach parking – or a small stack of rocks. Make as large a circle (or close to a circle) best you can. Leave room behind coaches for others to drive behind them. Use a scratch tool to mark an X, or rocks, where each coach left front bumper is to park. Leave 25 feet between the Xs/rocks.
Build the Fire Ring – In the center of the camp, build a 12’ diameter circle using rocks from the area. Rocks that are 6” to 8” work best. Hopefully the fire ring from previous years is still there. Please save 9 consecutive spaces for the BoF Organizers/Cooks/Staff. Thank you.
Campfires - All are welcome to gather at the morning campfire and enjoy conversation and the latest stories. Each day near sundown the evening campfire will be going for all to enjoy until the last “good nights” are exchanged. We hope everyone will participate in the campfires. So come out with your favorite camp chair and refreshment, and enjoy the warmth of the blazing fire and the Arizona night with the desert sky filled with stars or a full moon as bright as daylight.
Information Board - A White Board will be updated each day with the day’s activities. Schedule changes will also be noted on the board. Also near the board will be the Lost and Found area.
Medical and First Aid
Medical & First Aid Trained Attendees – If you have medical or first aid training, and can be available for emergencies that may occur in the Birds’ Nest, please let the BoF hosts know. Send an email firstname.lastname@example.org briefly describing your training or certification and we’ll list it here. Defibrillator – Volunteer if you have a Defibrillator in your coach.
Nurses/Medics/EMT – Volunteer if you are willing to provide assistance.
Robert Britton - Firefighter/EMT - (831) 801-9229
Quartzsite Facilities –
La Paz Medical Services, 150 E Tyson Road, 928- 927-5067 Blythe (Palo Verde) Hospital - Palo Verde Hospital, 250 N 1st St, Blythe, CA 92225, (760) 922-4115
The Big Tent
1.1 - Tent & outside area Gem Show – The Big Tent in Quartzsite usually has The Gem Show during the first week of our 16 day Calendar.
1.2 - Tent & Outside Area RV Show – The Big Tent in Quartzsite hosts the annual RV Show during the official (last) week of the BoF Q rally. More RV stuff is outside of the tent area.
Q Hill, Group Photo
2.0 - Drive to Q Hill and take a group picture. Short 4 mile drive to the base of Q Hill, 5 to 15 minute walk to the top. This has a spectacular view of all the RV’s, all the sales areas, and the beautiful mountain scenery.
3.0 Kite Flying Day(s) – Bring one with you, and please fly them at Q during the mild breezy days.
Spare Parts and Stuff Sale (Swap Meet) – Guys & Gals
4.0 - Sell your spare parts and stuff…Every day, All day, or Anytime. Put them out front of your rig. Put a price tag on your items. Sell them, swap them, and make another owner happy.
Walks – Drives – Etc.
5.0 - Morning / Afternoon Walks – Many of the gals get together for morning and afternoon walks.
5.1 – 5.3 - Other Activities – See Calendar. Need leaders.
5.5 – Felicity, CA http://www.felicity.us/center.html. When it opens hit “remembrance” to browse around. About 180 miles round trip. Need leader.
6.0 Game Time – Bring your games (horseshoes, scrabble, card games etc.) and start up a game anytime. That’s what we’re here for.
7.0 – Shooting at Q Rally in the Desert
Birds of a Feather Shooting Events Announcement and Introduction
Tommy Two Shoes, Host
It is time again to prepare for the Q shooting sessions. First, the number one goal of these sessions is safety. Handling a weapon is a serious matter and learning or practicing to do so in a very safe manner makes for a safe environment for you and those around you. Second goal is to improve skills through repetitive practice of effective weapon handing. If you are ever presented with a situation that threatens harm to you or family/friends, you need the advantage of the best skills you can muster. Lastly, we want to have fun. You get to shoot in different conditions and scenarios that you might not have had a previous opportunity to experience. You can compare what selected weapon you own with the others and maybe even try a weapon you do not own. Safety, skills, and fun. What could be more rewarding?
Here are some basic “must haves” for any shooting session:
1. Weapons must be made safe (unloaded) until Rick Paterson, our instructor, or his range assistants tell you to load your guns.
2. Everyone must have a holster for pistols and revolvers (this indicates a stiff leather or web type belt).
3. Everyone must have eye protection. Prescription glasses that are hardened are acceptable.
4. Ear muffs or ear plugs are required to protect hearing.
5. Bring sufficient quantities of ammo for your weapon unless otherwise indicated in the session description.
Now, here is some advice from my personal experience:
1. Wear sturdy shoes. The malpais is unforgiving. Also, you will be standing for some time while participating.
2. Bring a hat. There is very little cover from the sun at our shooting sites.
3. Pack a thermos or bottles of water to keep hydrated. These sessions span several hours and water is refreshing.
4. A folding chair or stool will be your best friend.
5. There are no facilities at any of our shooting venues. Need I say more.
6. If you are participating in a M1 Garand rifle event, a pad for your shooting shoulder and a glove for your non-trigger hand is suggested but not required.
Change format over previous years:
This year, we are scheduling only one event (#7.2) in advance. This will allow attendees to work with Rick on their shooting interests and form your own groups and times for other sessions. Rick will also consider one-on-one sessions if you prefer full attention to your skill honing.
7.1 - On Monday, Rick will be in front of my coach “GoneAway,” a 2006 M450, cleaning and inspectioning any equipment you wish, particularly those you intend to use during the week. A pistol or rifle cleaned by a professional is a learning experience and might avoid any problems with your weapons. You may also bring by you belt, holster, eye and ears protection for us to see that they are adequate. If you do not have the essential safety and holstering setup when you arrive at the session, you will become a spectator. Rick also sells ammo in most calibers if you need to stock up for range practice. Scheduled events (Tuesday the 24th at 10:00 at the range; please be on time or follow the caravan leaving at 9:00 AM):
7.2 - Handgun Safety and Skills (semi-automatics and revolvers) open to beginners through experienced shooters. If you do not own a firearm and want to try shooting to see if you would be comfortable, many of us have multiple weapons that are willing to let you use during this session including matching holsters. You must provide protective eyewear and ear plugs or muffs and wear a sturdy belt. The fee for this event is $25 per person plus voluntary tips. Optional Other Events:
7.3 - Close Quarters Battle (CQB) at The Bird House in Bouse, AZ, a shoot house where you individually go with Rick from room to room taking out threats possibly requiring differentiating threats from friendlies. This is as close to real situations that most people ever get. Did I say “adrenalin?”
7.4 - M1 Garand Rifle Shooting (rifles and ammo provided). The M1 was standard issue for US Armed Forces from 1936 through 1957, used during World War II and the Korean War and some of Viet Nam. This should be a fun session shooting these historic weapons.
7.5 - AR-15 Rifles are one of the most popular rifles with interest soaring in recent years. It is an easy to shoot weapon with low caliber rounds that result in a very light kick. It might have a smaller caliber shell than other rifles such as the M1 Garand, but rest assured, it is a deadly weapon that has seen a lot of combat use. Use your own or ask Rick to prove one but enjoy this popular rifle.
Your choice if we can accommodate it. If you have any other shooting scenario not on our optional list, let us know.
ON and Off-Road Runs
8.1 - Castle Dome Mountain – 54 miles, moderate trail, time 5 hrs, bring lunch and fluids.
8.2 - Dripping Springs - 12.6 miles, moderate trail, time 3-4 hrs, bring lunch and fluids
8.3 - OFF-Road Run (Need volunteer(s).
8.4 - The Desert Bar (aka Nellie-E-Saloon) – CASH ONLY event. Parker AZ. Click on links for information about this unique, one of a kind, location. http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-desert-bar-parker-2 and http://www.rvshortstops.com/2012/01/nellie-e-saloon-aka-desert-bar-near.html.
Hwy 95 North, turn east on Cienega Springs Rd, travel less than 5 miles. Open Saturday & Sunday noon to 6. Drinks and food available. Cash only. One or multiple trips. Easy to locate. Need volunteer(s) to lead the group.
BLUEBIRD OLYMPICS – LITE
During GROUP THERAPY on January 21, Sunday
1. Sign up volunteer players for the GAMES
2. Sign up volunteers for JUDGES
3. Choose the teams and Captains
4. Pass out the COLORS, FLAGS and General rules for the FRIDAY GAMES on January 26.
5. LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
10.0- Geocache Hunt – Drive out in the desert for Geocache hunting.
Need Leader(s) - have a short orientation meeting of about half an hour, and then head out to find at least a few caches, returning by 3 p.m. If you would like to participate, a suggested prerequisite is to register at geocaching.com (free registration is fine, paid registration not required). This will establish your geocaching "handle" that will be used to record finds in the log books of caches we find, and also allow them to be logged online if you wish. Handheld GPS units are necessary for caching, but in a group event like this there is no need for everybody to have one. As long as we have at least a few we will be fine. 4-wheel drive vehicles are recommended, and again I expect there will be sharing. There will be some walking, but nothing strenuous. All experience levels are invited; in fact it would be great to have some other experienced folk to help the novices.
Men’s Coach Technical Sessions
11.0 - Men’s Tech. Seminars – Two two hours sessions in the PM. Rick Archie will lead this. This too has always been a favorite for the men. Bring your chair to the center of the circle to listen, learn and participate in ‘Bird topics of all kinds. Make your list of things you’d like to discuss with the group.
11.1 - Coach Walk Around Tech. Sessions –Two two hour sessions in the AM. This has always been a favorite for the guys. You get to see firsthand the upgrades, modifications, etc. others have done during this walk-around technical session.
12.0 - Coach Tours – If weather permits, secure your door OPEN if you want to participate. If you do not want to participate CLOSE your door. Open up your coach for others to tour. Explain changes, upgrades, etc. that have been done, or leave a write up on the dash for others to read, telling about what you have done with your coach interior. Please don't open any closets or drawers in any coaches and no pets.
13.0 - Craft Time or Craft Projects
Prior Q experience tells us that at any given day or time the ladies get together for different types of crafts. Sometimes making jewelry, painting rocks and making many other neat craft things. We will post notice of these craft events on the information board if we get notice in advance. Note: Ladies with good craft project ideas send us an emailed description so we can include it in our final printout.
13.1 - Knitting Grannie's Favorite Dishcloth – Thinking about Grannie's favorite dishcloth. Birds of a feather might enjoy making some, too. It would be nice to hear from you if you think you would like to spend a knitting afternoon at our Quartzsite gathering. I will bring everything you need, just need to know how many would like to join me! Contact Janet Ufheil at Zanu714@aol.com.
14.5 - MAI TAI FINE Happy Hour- Jim & Denise Benson will host a MAI TAI FINE Happy Hour 3:30 to 5:00, Saturday January 28th at their bus. They will be serving (and possibly introducing many) to a traditional MAI TAI, from Trader Vic's Original 1944. This ain't no fruit juice mixer and some rum, this will be the real thing and they welcome everyone to enjoy some old fashion Hawaii style living, right there in the desert.
Food Gatherings While our pot luck dinners being a huge part of the Q experience and attended by many, we have divided up side dishes, salads and desserts by last name. This is not mandatory. You fix/bring what you want of course. It’s just an attempt to get a good variety. Please bring enough to feed 8 to 10 people.
15.0 - Many evenings include pot luck gatherings where we ALL contribute something per the suggested theme.
15.1- Open Evenings – Usually every other evening is open so folks can do whatever they want. The Calendar shows the Open Dates. Remember to join us at the evening fire.
15.2 - Hors d'oeuvres to Share Evening – Bring your own bottle (BYOB) and your favorite hors d'oeuvres to share. Bring lots, we like to eat!
15.3 - Chili Evening, not a Cook-Off – Cook up your favorite batch of chili to share, or bring the “goes with it” items such as salads, corn bread, deserts, etc. and gather in the camp center and enjoy the food and the evening. Note: If you are not cooking chili, last name beginning with A thru D: bring Side Dish or Corn Bread (bring one), E thru L: Salads, M thru Z: Deserts.
15.4 - Italian Food Evening – Always a favorite. Note: Last name beginning with: A thru D: bring Deserts, E thru L: Main Dishes, M thru Z: Salads/Sides (bring one or the other).
15.5 - Sunday Brunch Potluck Morning– The Sunday Brunch potluck continues to be a big hit. Betty with others assisting will provide pancakes, and syrup. Everyone else that would like to participate, please bring the breakfast meat, eggs or anything else that compliments pancakes.
15.55 – Group Therapy – GROUP THERAPY will be in session during the SUNDAY BRUNCH POTLUCK MORNING. This was a hit previous years so Derek & Frank will be your Bar Keeps during the breakfast. They will serve Mimosa’s, Bloody Mary’s, Poinsettia’s, Champagne and other assorted juices. Donations from you all of champagne and other assorted beverages helped last year and would appreciate this to continue.
There will be an Extra charge for requests of Psychiatric or Psychological Evaluation and Consultation.
15.6 - Stew/Soup/Stoup/Choup/Chowder Potluck – Your choice, will be enjoyed by all. This was a big hit at previous Q rallies.
15.7 - S'mores Night at the Fire - Bring some chocolate/graham crackers/marshmallows to the center fire ring and share. Yum, Yum. This event runs every evening, assuming someone brings the goodies. Volunteer.
15.8 - Prime Rib Roast Dinner – Ray & Leslie Thomas will prepare their wonderful Prime Rib Roast. $10.00/person. This will be pot luck style. Ray will let you know (via email) a side to bring, either a side dish or a desert. The dinner will be weather dependent. Please bring enough to feed 8 to 10 people.
We have the facilities to cook for 150 people. The expected attendance for this rally is more than 200 people, and growing.
Please send your sign up email now to email@example.com with your answers to the following questions. It’s best to reply even if you do not plan to eat the prime rib.
Copy the following and paste it in your email with your answers.
1 - Do you plan to eat Ray’s prime rib roast? (Yes or No):
2 - If yes, how many people?
3 – How cooked - # rare, # medium, # more well done?
4 - You agree you will pay the per person $10.00 fee? (Yes or No):
The last day to sign up for the dinner is January 15. Please pay Ray & Leslie at their coach before the dinner date.
15.9 - Margaritas– Bring your favorite Margarita mix to share at the Center of the rally area.
15.95 - Mexican Food Evening– Bring a dish and/or the “goes with the theme”, bring more Margaritas if you can, and enjoy good food and great company at the Center of the rally area. Note: Last name beginning with A thru D: bring Salads/Sides, E thru L: Desserts, M thru Z: Main Dishes.
15.10 - Smokn' BBQ – Brisket, Pork Butts Evening – Ray Thomas and Curt Sprenger will prepare the Smokn’ BBQ. $5.00 per person for the BBQ’d meat. Everyone Page 13 of 13 bring the “goes with it” fixings. Deposit the $5.00 in the Red container located near the end of the food line.
16.0 - Wine Tasting is cancelled--A new twist--come and drink a glass of wine and play Bunco. A fun game--very easy to learn--fast moving. No worries if you have never played before. $10.00 buy in and win prizes--both male and female can play.
16.1 – 1:00 Sign up with Betty at the MacAttack coach.
16.2 – 1:30 – 3:30 Play Bunco.
Vendors & Presentations
17.0 - If you would like a presentation(s) held at our Q rally, please feel free to make contact with the vendor(s) and invite them. Coordinate vendor date/time with the BoF organizers before committing with vendor(s). It is your responsibility to set the area, tables/chairs, etc. for the presentation.
Q Event Ends
The BoF organizers thank you for your participation. Drive safe. See you next year at the BoF Q Rally, or sooner. Do not hesitate to send in your ideas for improving this year or next year’s Q rally to your BoF organizers firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please forward your rally photos to Rick Archie at Gardendoc.Rick@gmail.com. Rick will load them to the website for all of us to see.
Thank you for your participation and making this a wonderful, enjoyable, exciting event.
Your BoF organizers: Fred, John, Rick, Curt email@example.com
Participants - BoF Quartzsite 2019 Rally
Ailinger Bruce & Wilma WA 1986 PT38
Allen Bill & Marilyn NM 1991 WB40
Alley John & Kathie OR 1992 SP36 Song Bird
Anderson Steve & Cathy WA 1979 FC35 It's "The Journey"
Angelino Terry & Marilee NV 2000 Prevost
Apodaca Sal & Linda CA SOB
Archie Rick & Rosie TX 2000 LXi43 Fort R #5
Bailey Tim & Donna CA 1999 LXi41
Barnes Jody & Marjorie NV 2005 M450LXI
Bellows Fred & Wendy AZ SOB
Benson Jim & Denise CA 1974 FC31 Mai Tai Fine
Bentley Van & Toni AZ 2004 M380
Borden Donn & Julie MT 1991 WB40
Bradford Craig & Sharon CA 1990 PT40
Bradner Don & Joy Langle CA 2004 M380
Burdyshaw Gerry & Kate WA 2001 LX40
Burt Bim TX 2000 Prevost
Cartwright Dwayne & Patti TX 2000 LXi43 Miss Doozie
Chauncey Bo & Lynne OR 2005 M45Lxi
Coffelt Dao & Pattie CA SOB
Colley Chuck & Melissa MA 2003 LXi43
Cook Daryl & Janet AZ SOB
Creed Steve & Kay TX 1995 Prevost
Cummings Ray & Mikel MT 2000 LX40
Darson Alan & Debi MA 1998 Lxi41
Dill Larry & Barbara FL 1995 BMC37 Pura Vida
Donahue Mark & Laura CA 1978 FC33 Iron Bird
Ellsworth John & Aleda UT 1985 FC35 Color Us Gone
Forbes John & Pat AK 1989 WB40
Foxcroft Pete & Carole BC 2000 LX40
Fuentes Jose & Rose CA 1995 WB42
Garner Joe & Pat AZ 1993 WB40 Alligator II
Gibler Brian & Rhonda OR 1991 WB40
Gregg Marty & Tooter WA 1995 BMC37
Haberman Derek & Frank Peredo CA SOB
Hack Rodney KY 1980FC35RB
Haggins Peter & Sue BC 1986 WB42 "R" B&B
Hendrickson Mark & Eileen OR 1983 FC35
Herta Greg & Lois BC 1999 Lxi43
Hokanson Larry & Gina TX 1989 FC Perkee Bird
Hulse Fred & Jeanne AZ 1997 WB41 Desert Wind
Hunt Dan & Judy FL 2004 M380
Kurlonko Jo MI SOB
Kehler Larry & Ann MO 1994 WB40 BAM
Kern John & Diane CA SOB
Knipe Craig & Richard Quati OR 1990 SP36 Birtha B
Lauss Mark & Ginger AZ 1991 WB40 Love Shack
Lehman Jim & Barbara SD 1995 WB42 Pretty Penny
Losh Joe & Kay TX SOB
Marsh Jim & Linda CA SOB
McCarthy Tom & Carolyn Steiert NV 2006 M450LXI GoneAway
McGinnis John & Fran Evola IN 1995 WB40
McGinnis Jim & Lois AZ 2004 M380
Meyer John & Rhonda OR 2000 LX40
Monroe Jack & Pam CA SOB
Morgan Ken & Tammy AZ 1980 FC35SB Good Ole Bird
Normandin Andre F/T SOB
O'Connor Greg & Tim Vasquez CA 2001 Lxi 43
Perna Al & Erika FL 2001 LXi43 Gota Hava Dream
Perplies Eric & Suzie NV 1996 WB42 Scherazade
Pierce Melvin & Charlene ND 1990 WB40 Smoke N Mirrors Pitts Billy & Patsy GA 2000 LX
Putz Michael & Tami AZ 1978 FC35 Putz'n Around
Ramsey Richard & Sue FL 2004 M380
Rees Tim & Dawn OH 1995 BMC37
Reganold Mike & Ginny WA 1993 WB40 Island Bird
Rice Jeff & Linda CA SOB
Ridley Kevin & Arla WA 1986 PT40 Amazing Grace
Sheridan Dan & Mary CA 2000 LXi43
Shilson Randy & Piyiada 1994 Prevost
Snyder Bill & Pat CA 2000 LXi43
Spencer Larry & Doris MO 1985 PT36 The Dirty Bird
Sprenger Curt & Betty CA 1987 PT38 McAttack Racing
Styf Dave & Tina IN 1989 SP36 Way To Go
Sunderland Dan & Cindy CA 2005 M450LXI
Thomas Ray & Leslie CA 1996 WB42 Wanderlust
Tippets Rod & Diane CA SOB
Tortora Joe & Pam CA SOB
Ufheil Steve & Janet NV SOB
Willemse Lucas & Linda CA 1995 WB42 Glit"Z"y Bird
Williams Doc & Linda FT 2004 M380
Williams Mike & Jackie UT 1988 PT40 Ssilver Shadow
Winter Brad & Pam CA 1997 BMC37
Winters Don OR 2000 Prevost Final Approach
The Calendar and Event Descriptions are fluid meaning they will change as time moves forward. Check back often. The documents are in PDF format and located on the BoF website http://birdsofafeather1.shutterfly.com/ the password is "flocktogether" one word, no quotes.