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Old 05-09-2013, 07:20 PM   #1
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2013 ACA Heritage Rally--New Braunfels, Texas

It’s time to get serious about your fall travel plans and the 2013 ACA Heritage Rally in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. In fact, it’s time to get registered. A registration form has been emailed to all ACA members along with a draft agenda of what we have planned for your visit. Hope you are ready to party!! And relax!! And visit with all your ACA friends and family!!

As we did in 2010, we’ll again be staying at the Lazy L&L Campground (www.lazylandl.com) right on the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, just north of New Braunfels. Along the river banks there are towering cyprus trees which should be in their fall colors for your visit. Check out the L&L website for all the rules and regulations and activities available at the campground. There have been lots of improvements and upgrades at the campground, including full hookups at all the sites that we used last time. So, unless we far exceed the 2010 attendance, EVERY COACH WILL HAVE A FULL HOOKUP. Like last time, we will assign spaces in the order that the registrations arrive, so get your registrations in early.

While the focus for the Heritage Rally is the Texas Hill Country and the city of New Braunfels and its internationally recognized celebration of sausage—hence the name Wurstfest, we have an open agenda with plenty of time for exploring the local area. In addition to the activities on the Wurstfest grounds, there are events all around town, such as arts and crafts sales, a melodrama performance, art shows, museum and historic site tours, a 10k walk, a 5-mile run, bicycle time trials, etc.

We look forward to seeing y’all in October!
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EngineerAnnie sent our reg in coupla days ago.
Woo Hoo!!

Oops. I meant Yee Haw!!!

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We'll see y'all there!!!!!
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It’s almost time for Wurstfest in New Braunfels, Texas. If you haven’t decided yet about attending the ACA Fall Heritage Rally and joining us for 7 days of good music, good food and good fun, you still have time. With over 40 coaches already signed up, we are on track for a really great rally. This year’s agenda brings back many of the favorite activities from the 2010 rally, including live bands, catered meals (like the fish fry), the nearly famous “crazy hat” party on Halloween night, and self-guided road trips through the picturesque Texas Hill Country. In addition, we’ve added dinner at a local steak restaurant which also has an authentic evening rodeo performance and a cowboy [and cowgirl] dance following our meal. And last but not least there is Wurstfest—different from most Oktoberfest celebrations, Wurstfest is a family-oriented festivity which honors the area’s German heritage with many cultural activities, great food and outstanding music.

This year, Wurstfest begins on the Friday afternoon following your arrival. There is free admission until 7pm on opening night, and we will have tickets for everyone to attend on Monday evening (our favorite night because it is less crowded). So, if you so desire, you can attend “twice for the money.” Musical entertainment is performed in three separate venues on the Wurstfest grounds: the Grosse Zelt (large tent), the Kleine Zelt (small tent), and the Wursthalle. Performers range from full orchestras to individual singers and yodelers, with everything from polkas and waltzes to the ever-popular “chicken dance.” Audience participation is not only allowed, it’s encouraged—but don’t worry, even if you’re the shy type, you can’t help yourself. Our favorite is a four-piece combo from Pennsylvania—whether it’s “Brown-eyed Girl” or a great rendition of Louis Armstrong’s “Hello Dolly,” you haven’t lived until you hear these songs with accompaniment from an accordion and a tuba.

We will do all we can to help you get the most out of your visit. We’ll have maps, brochures, suggested itineraries, restaurant menus, driving directions, whatever you need, available at the rally site. You can do as little or as much as you like. After all, the most important thing about our rallies is the camaraderie--getting together with old friends and meeting new ones.

We look forward to seeing you in October.

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