Saturday morning, Epibunny is still hard at work sewing on patches and making alterations.
Meat for Saturday's dinner.
This is the caterer from the Wild Hog BBQ. Ribs, brisket and pork loin. It was excellent
Epibunny has some nice speakers on "Leather", she parked it close to the tables so we could have soothing dinner music.
Waiting for food
I'll post a few pics here without names, at least for now.
Group picture, taken by Krazbob and barb's daughter.
Barb Huntley and her girl child. Fun people!
Very tender pork. This meat was put on at midnight, 18 hours before serving.
The ribs were done just right.
The meal had fresh candy corn on the cob, potato salad, coleslaw, baked beans, ribs, pulled pork, brisket and a good BBQ sauce. There was plenty, everyone ate all they wanted and there was a lot left over.
The vultures attacking the food line! :-)
The Detox family at the end of the table. It was nice to have a a couple generations there, Jerry and Krazbob brought their "kids". Very welcome additions to vroc!
Flyin' Willy left his Harley at home and rode his Nomad. Unlike some vroc rallies this year, the huge percentage of bikes were Vulcans! There was a total of 3 Wings, 2 Harleys, and one Sports bike. All the rest were Vulcans! There was a total of 49 that signed the registration sheet. I think 34 or more ate the BBQ dinner.
Josh from Northern California and his Dad, Denny, came in on Saturday. I wouldn't have recognized Josh, he's lost 140 pounds since January! A shadow of his former self. Good job, Josh.
Mr. and Mrs. Bear (Brenda) also came in on Saturday
27 bikes here in line. There were others around too.
Don (penmaker) donated 5 pounds of M&M's that have VROC 2010 and Vulcanic Blast printed on them. Ham and RG were the high bidders. The money went to help Lisa pay the rent of the space in the park. Don also had a bunch of individual packs of candy, all tied up with a gold ribbon, for everyone that came to the rally. Nice touch!
DD managed to stay out from under the table at the BBQ. That's Laura in the cool hat!
ChopBobby is a Coast Guard Vet! Found out we were in Boot camp at the same time back in '59 and '60. He joined a couple months before I did, and he's a few months older too. That made me feel good! Krazbob and chopbob are both older..... That's Banjo and his wife Kathy at the other end of the table. Nice folks.
Francis Noll ended up with the M&M's. RG was afraid to take them home, thinking Ham would probably eat them all up :-)
Last visiting moments, back at the Kaw Pasture after the BBQ in the park.
Sunset over the Yakima River, as seen from the Kaw Pasture Motels. As the day winds down, so does the Vulcanic Blast for 2010. Stand by for another one somewhere in or near Wenatchee, WA, in 2012