Hawaii-Based Owners Attend Winnebago Rally
If he had a dollar for each time he was asked how he brought his motorhome from Hawaii to the lower 48 states, A.J. McCann said he’d have enough to buy a brand new coach.
His Winnebago motorhome, bearing license plates from Hawaii, rolled in last week to Forest City, Iowa, for the WIT Grand National Rally. The builder annually hosts the gathering for owners of Winnebago and Itasca motorhomes and SunnyBrook towables.
McCann and his wife, Sherry, work for Switching Gears, a nonprofit organization that connects partners in wind, solar and other renewable energy projects. The McCanns and other employees install solar panel systems for customers including small businesses, government buildings and others.
The couple related that they live in Hawaii but do much of their work in the continental 48 states.
“We store it over here,” Sherry McCann said. “We had it in Nebraska, where all of our family lives. It sits there until we fly in.”
“We left Hawaii the first of June,” A.J. McCann said. “We’ve been all the way south and back to Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and back.”
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