The Sierra Nevada Unit will host its last official rally of the year, Thursday October 14th through Sunday the 17th at Fort Churchill State Park. Our regulars will want to attend this rally before they winterize and park their rigs and it might be the last chance for those of you that haven’t rallied with us this year.  Fort Churchill offers us the opportunity to visit the historic ruins, walk along the Carson River to fish or view wildlife and make a Saturday visit to Buckland Station. The Nevada state park website says, “Built in 1870 from materials from Fort Churchill, an army base that was abandoned in 1869, Buckland Station was a Pony Express stop, a supplier for western emigrants, a boarding house and a home for the Buckland family until 1885. “ Did I mention our shared meals and potluck dinners, we’ll have those too! The weather is cooling, we’ll likely have mid 60 temps in the daytime and 30s to 40s at night so no worries about heat! Find us in the Samuel Buckland’s Campground past the fort ruins on the west side of US-95. Fort Churchill is only 50 miles from Reno, 40 from Carson City and 25 miles from Yerington; come out and camp or visit with us even if you can’t stay the whole weekend.
Another reason to rally, we will be holding our Annual Business Meeting, finalizing our rally calendar for next  year, closing nominations and hosting elections. Want to serve your club or make sure you are not surprised with a nomination to serve; you need to be there!