Saturday, July 29, 2006
The Americans should start arriving at any moment.
Over by the picnic table, Gloria MacDonald busies herself with the forest of fluttering plastic bags, making one last count just to be sure.
"Twenty-one, twenty-two, twenty-three."
Somewhere out there, picking their way along the narrow roads of Hants County, orderly convoys of recreational vehicles are heading toward the large empty field where we’re standing.
Gloria is the Nova Scotia representative for Adventure Caravan International, a Texas company that organizes modern-day wagon trains of RVers, as enthusiasts are known. These travellers assemble with their vehicles, ranging from compact campers to huge homes on wheels, and set off for the horizon, roaming around the U.S., Mexico, Canada and beyond.
"They’re all sweethearts," Gloria says of RVers. "The youngest we’ve had was 45. One chap was 85!" Full Story...
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