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Old 06-16-2018, 09:43 PM   #41
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We have been to 2 International and 5 regional Rally and really enjoyed them. Meeting others with RVs is nice. Meeting other RVers with the same hobbies/interests is also nice. Doing things as a new group is also fun. The knowledge/tips and mods you learn is priceless! Nothing to fear! Enjoy!
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Old 06-17-2018, 06:01 AM   #42
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So any new first impressions out there?
How about a first FROG Rally from a different perspective? Running a FROG Rally!!!!!! Well the wife and I just did such a thing putting on the Brass Ring Rally, yes there is a lot of work involved and hours spent getting everything ready but trust me when everyone lets you know they really enjoyed themselves and keep asking... are you going to do this again next year? That's when it all pays off, so after attending numerous rallies ourselves hosting one can be just as rewarding
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Old 06-17-2018, 06:42 AM   #43
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How about a first FROG Rally from a different perspective? Running a FROG Rally!!!!!! Well the wife and I just did such a thing putting on the Brass Ring Rally, yes there is a lot of work involved and hours spent getting everything ready but trust me when everyone lets you know they really enjoyed themselves and keep asking... are you going to do this again next year? That's when it all pays off, so after attending numerous rallies ourselves hosting one can be just as rewarding
X 2 and it made us want to do another so we had the 2nd annual Peach Frog rally couple weeks ago. Lot of work but well worth the effort. Later RJD
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Old 06-17-2018, 07:41 AM   #44
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First Rally was 2015 Kissamme fL. made lot of friends and got help with lot of problems.
Second rally Frog in Goshen made even more friends got factory service , tours ,ice cream, well worth trip,going again this year.
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Old 06-24-2018, 09:14 PM   #45
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We just attended our first Frog rally in Gettysburg PA. We had great hosts Rob and Stephanie. We even had fun dodging all the muddy puddles. It rained some each day. Great friendly folks. Will attend this and hopefully others next year. Thanks Frog Bob and Frog Cindy!! Kim and Fred
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Old 06-24-2018, 09:47 PM   #46
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Rob and Stephanie did an outstanding job of organizing and hosting the Gettysburg FROG Rally! We enjoyed great food, tours of the Gettysburg Battlefield and President Eisenhower's farm adjacent to it, ghost stories around the fire, craft projects, a presentation on medical emergencies, and the opportunity to renew old friendships and create new ones.

If you've never been to Gettysburg, it REALLY needs to be on your "must-do" list. In addition to being a charming little town in its own right, it was witness to one of the most tragic but profound history-making events of all time over three days in July of 1863.

Thanks to Rob and Stephanie for all that they did to make it such an enjoyable time for everyone!
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Old 06-24-2018, 11:06 PM   #47
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That first impression at a Frog Rally

X2 on hosting a rally. Sammie and I have had a blast planning and executing both the Calico Ghost Town event and last years Bryce Canyon Rally. Absolutely tons of fun and yes, weve been asked are we going to do another the following year. We have decided to host one every other year which gives others plenty of opportunity to plan their own happy event. We do encourage to plan a few group events and the rest of time to be free family time. Lots of smiles all around.Click image for larger version

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Old 06-28-2018, 01:46 PM   #48
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We just attended our first Frog rally in Gettysburg PA. We had great hosts Rob and Stephanie. We even had fun dodging all the muddy puddles. It rained some each day. Great friendly folks. Will attend this and hopefully others next year. Thanks Frog Bob and Frog Cindy!! Kim and Fred
Great to hear your first impression, glad it was a good one, I always like to read what people think of that first time its so hard to make a good impression the second time. Frogs have developed a really good name for making everyone welcome and inclusive.
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Could not have said it better myself. Really great friendly FROGs!

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