I decided that for a 70's theme a groovy outfit might be appropriate. The theme of the Festival was 50's and 60's but Annie is not out of that era. She's would have been a bit of a groover in 1977. Ebay came through with the threads . . . . I'm still deciding on whether to wear them.😎
Some internal decorating was also needed. With her new paintwork, Tic Tac Tiles and newly sewn red curtains, everything had to fit.
I googled "food" that was consumed in the 70's and headed to the supermarket with an extensive list. So much that we eat these days was also on our shelves in 1977. The packaging may have changed slightly but you know you can't keep a good convenience food down.
As for music, I needed a great soundtrack to play while folks were spending time inside Annie. I consulted the Google music brains trust and came up with the Billboard Top 100 from 1977, which I promptly downloaded as well as the Top 25 from Australia.
I also collected photos from Annies reno to show how much she has changed since she followed us home 2 years ago. I downloaded them to the Tablet to play as a slideshow.
A fellow Vintage Caravan buff sent me some 70's newspaper clippings and sale advertisements of the York in its heyday.
A visitors book and a couple of copies of Vintage Trailer Magazine #39 featuring Annie completed the "all about Annie" side of things.
It was all coming together. I was so excited.