Cedar Key Rally (Tim Heintz, S.E. Rep.) Well, The Spartanette and I headed out from Panama City Fl. at 6am (CDT) this morning! The drive was great, no problems or traffic, plus… Continue reading Cedar Key Rally 2009
This is a TinCanTourist sanctioned event, but everyone is welcome, you don’t have to be a TCT member although it will be encouraged! So please come and check us out.… Continue reading 1st Annual Western Canadian TCT Vintage Trailer Revival
by Howard Meyerson | The Grand Rapids Press Saturday January 10, 2009, 12:30 AM Vintage camper collector Ken Faber opens his 1963 Airstream Bambi. Ken Faber and his wife, Petey,… Continue reading Wyoming couple search U.S. for vintage trailers
We have a limited number of special Tin Can Tourists shirts available for shipping. Order them here: https://tincantourists.com//store.php The Valentine Shirt is $20 and includes postage and handling. Bob’s RV… Continue reading special order tct t-shirts
Register for the Tin Can Tourists 12th Annual Gathering Camp Dearborn, Milford, Michigan May 14-17th 2009 Registration Fee $100.00 for two adults includes Annual Membership for May 2009 to May… Continue reading 12th Annual Gathering – Milford Michigan
We have received inquiries about dues renewal, so we thought we should send out a notice regarding payment of the annual dues (May 2009-May 2010). Membership dues ($20.00) are… Continue reading Dues Renewal?
TCT First Annual Western Canada Vintage Trailer Gathering – June 5-7 2009 – Sons of Norway Camp at Hoatzin Lake close to the town of Mission BC – more information… Continue reading 1st Annual Western Canada Vintage Trailer Gathering
Cedar Key Gathering – January 15-18, 2009 – Sunset Isle Motel and RV Park – Make your reservation by calling Bruce or Roberta Wilson at 352-543-5375. Any Gathering fee will… Continue reading 2009 TCT Rallies
Tin Can Tourists has a new advertiser and it’s http://www.vintage-airstream.com Great website if you are looking to buy or sell a vintage silver trailer!
Thanks to all that made a submission for the calendar. We have over 100 photos and will begin the selection process shortly. So that we don’t rush the process, we… Continue reading Calendar
The Car which Changed America One could start a lively debate among historians about which car is the second most influential in American history. Perhaps the Chevy Corvair, which… Continue reading Ford and the TCT
If you haven’t already sent in your best vintage trailer or motor coach photos, do so ASAP. We received a number of great pictures, but want your favorite photo to… Continue reading 2009 Calendar
Here’s part of a review of Teardrops and Tiny Trailers in last weekend’s New York Times. “Virtually every page is colorfully illustrated with historic teardrops and, notably, the interesting vehicles… Continue reading Teardrops and Tiny Trailers in last weekend’s New York Times
Want to see all the books and magazines that include references to the Tin Can Tourists? Google has a cool book search feature: http://books.google.com/books?lr=&as_brr=0&as_pt=ALLTYPES&q=%22Tin+Can+Tourists%22
There are only 4 sites remaining for the February 26 through March 1, 2009, Winter Convention at Manatee State Park near Bradenton, Florida. To register – go to www.tincantourists.com… Continue reading only 4 sites remaining
Over the years, we have had calendar’s available to our members that were produced by TCT with the help of Doug Keister and others. This year we would like the… Continue reading TCT Calendar for 2009
I love Airfloats – all those cool port holes
As the weather here in Michigan begins to ice up the lakes and trailers get laid to rest in storage lots – this picture warmed me up! (If you have… Continue reading Cool combo
For pictures of the Koreshan Gathering: https://tincantourists.com//photopost/showgallery.php?cat=646 Here is a sample – John “Canner” Culp and his Westcraft
The response about return to Cedar Key, January 15-18, 2009 has been beyond our expectations. Make your reservation directly with Roberta or Bruce Wilson by calling: 352-543-5375. The rate… Continue reading Cedar Key Rally
http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2008/nov/15/rv-enthusiasts-gather-estero-show-vintage-travel-t/ The link above will take you to a news article about last weekends Gathering at Koreshan State Park in Estero, Florida
The latest RVTravel.com Newsletter featured the Tin Can Tourists club – here is the blurb that was included: Tin Can Tourists: RVers of yesteryear are remembered today Tin Can Tourists… Continue reading RVTravel.com Newsletter
Thirty sites have been reserved as of today. There are only 20 sites remaining. If you are planning on attending please go to www.tincantourists.com and register via Paypal or print… Continue reading TCT 89th Winter Convention – Manatee County Florida
In order to keep up with this blog and find out when something brilliant has been posted, you could come back every day and take a peek. I’m sure you’ll… Continue reading TCT BLOG, RSS, oh my!
As many of you know through reading our California Trip Blog www.tincantourists.com/blog , we stopped at Cedar Key before heading on to Bradenton. The Sunset Isle Motel and RV Park… Continue reading Potential TCT Gathering in January 2009 – anyone interested?
Well, we made it to Cedar Key. This place has such a relaxed feel. We had a couple of Winter Conventions here and many attendees still stop by to or… Continue reading Day Thirty One
New Mexico – moved from the Pacific Time Zone to the Mountain Time Zone on Saturday and on Sunday we should be in the Central Time Zone in Texas. We… Continue reading Day Twenty Seven
Went out last night to remove the water hose – warned us about freezing temperatures. Looked up and saw more stars than I have ever seen. We have been to… Continue reading Day Twenty Six
We settled in at the Circle S Campground in Kingsman . The trip from Hoover Dam down 93 was easy and not too bad considering how long we had… Continue reading Day Twenty Five
I was right about the park being a bit seedy. There was a fellow camper that howled to Warren Zavon’s rendition of “Werewolves of London.” Wasn’t bad, but of course… Continue reading Day Twenty Four