Do I have a place for you! Today we decided to check out a 'nearby attraction' listed on our campground map in nearby Amarillo, the Jack Sisemore RV Museum. This is located in the back of his RV Traveland dealership and is an amazing place. It isn't huge but it's free and the variety is amazing. For example, right inside the door is a 1941 Westcraft used by a defense worker during World War II. Included in the furnishings are a floor standing radio with a photo of the USS Sigourney signed by 17 presidents.
They also have the first Winnebago Itasca, interior shown above, and the oldest Airstream Torpedo (1935). Surrounding every camper are incredible camping artifacts; coolers, campstoves, lanterns, board games, etc.
A Volkswagon bus is accompanied by all of the appropriate gear for a trip to Woodstock.
A 1953 Fleetwood trailer from their first year of production I think is the grandmother to our Terry.
Other novelties include an early camper kit that could be added to a model T and the Flxible bus used in the Robin Williams movie, RV.
These are just a sample of the fascinating collection. If you're in the Amarillo, TX neighborhood, stop in at the Jack Sisemore RV Museum. Maybe if you tell them I sent you, they'll send me a free new RV.
Some random thoughts about writing, camping, and eating.