We did get there & had lunch.
There wasn't a huge crowd when we got there but it got busier as the day went on although it was no where near the elbow to elbow crowd of last year's Saturday.
I don't think there were as many booths as last year but plenty of boats & RVs to look at. Lots of each class of MH but way more trailers & pop-ups which is understandable. There was a Georgetown 280 which is what we have and there wasn't much difference in this years and last. The main thing I noticed was that the covers for the sinks were made from the same stuff as the countertop.
We were very interested in the Thor Ace last year but it's floor plan was all squished up and just didn't work well IMO. They opened it up quite a bit in this year's model but it's still not as roomy as the G'town.
I thought we were going to escape without buying anything but we wound up getting a Deck Swing Chair that hangs from a rafter. NO..not in the MH but on our back porch.
The old net one has had it.