The Hunting Club Ailey, Georgia

1987 Rockwood and our motorcycles.

We appear to be in for the winter, my first ever winter outside of New England.

Our new home since October 2015.
The Hunting Club RV park in tiny Ailey, Georgia. The address, 210 Rabbit Run is an even smaller dirt road running from Morris Road. Also dirt. But the fun doesn’t stop there! Morris road comes from a paved road that you’d think would be #292 but it isn’t, the paved road is called Old Saw Mill Road. 292 goes the other way into Vidalia and I didn’t believe my GPS so I dragged the motorcycle trailer behind the motorhome through Lyons and then back through Vidalia, the Higgston, downtown Ailey and back to Morris Road which I had been assured on the telephone was the right place to be.

It’s nice here, not a lot of partying. Occasional pot luck dinners when we have something to celebrate. Mostly just people minding their own business and being civil to others. If someone has a break down there’s always someone ready to lend a hand. Vidalia, GA is where the real action is and when somebody runs into town they’ll stop and ask if you need anything.

That being said, right now the web site is down and so is the Facebook page. Why? Well it turns out there was a hidden problem with the previous management. It was none of my business and I wish that it had remained none of my business but these guys are so stupid and had been running the campground like a private preserve for so long in their own minds they weren’t committing the crime of embezzlement. Then they tried to throw me out. Like I said stupid.

About Art

55 years old. By training, ability and experience I am a master toolmaker. My most recent projects include designing and building a process to grind a G rotor pump shaft with four diameters and holding all four diameters within plus or minus 4 microns of nominal. This was an automated process using two centerless grinders refitted to my specifications using automatic load and unload machines plus automatic feedback gauging. I also designed and built an inspection machine to check for the presence and size of a straight knurl on a hinge pin using a vision system for non-contact gauging.
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