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Bob and Molly Pinner caught the RV bug in 1999 and, until recently, were happy to travel the country meeting new people and sightseeing. Now, however, it’s a little harder to leave home.
A detail shot shows this year’s Escapade flag, which includes acorn-shaped lights similar to those in downtown Sedalia.
The rumble of some 1,500 RVs driving into Sedalia is still a few months away, but members of the Escapees RV Club are ready to roll into town.
Bob and Molly Pinner, Escapees RV Club 2012 Escapade directors, of Virginia, pose in front of their RV on Wednesday as they and other event organizers prepare for the arrival of about 1,300 of their fellow club members for the group’s annual rally, held this year at the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
The Escapees RV Club is celebrating its 49th annual Escapade on the Missouri State Fairgrounds and members did not come empty-handed.
Molly Pinner said the group “loves to have fun” as she and her husband pointed out “Allie Gator,” the mascot stationed outside the RV of Roger and Barb Maxey, who traveled from Louisiana for the rally.
From left, Caroline Hunt, of Boise, Idaho, and John and Mary Kennedy, of Hernando, Fla., enjoy some conversation under the shade of a tree at the Escapees RV Club’s 49th annual Escapade.
Recreational vehicles line a grassy campground at the Missouri State Fairgrounds during the Escapees RV Club’s 49th annual Escapade, which brought campers from across the United States to Sedalia.
Mischief, a border terrier, stands watch on her master, Pamela Bristol, of Albany, N.Y., as she relaxes under the awning of camper Saturday afternoon during the Escapees RV Club rally’s at the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
Wherever they are, they’re home.
Sedalia’s “Summer of Opportunity” continues next week, and it is important for residents to realize a couple of key facts: