Thursday, April 23, 2015

SAYULITA TRAILER PARK & BUNGALOWS: Thies & Cristina's 50th Anniversary Party

Thies and Cristina Enjoyed the Party
     Thies and Cristina Rohlfs, the owners and on-site managers of Sayulita Trailer Park and Bungalows, celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on April 8 with a dinner party at Cafe Arte. They were surrounded by family from Mexico City and Washington state. Also joining in the festivities were long-time RV Park and Bungalow residents from Ontario, B.C., and other provinces in Canada, from Oregon, California, Colorado, Alaska, and other states in the U.S., and our rv park manager, Paco. Everyone enjoyed sharing in the celebration of Thies and Cristina's 50 year marriage and partnership!
Thies Poured Tequila Himself, Making Sure the Guests were Happy
Jon, Diane, and Joe Shared Some Laughs
     Music kept the party lively. A trio played jazz and latin music that had the guests dancing. Thies and Cristina's son, a professional singer, and granddaughter sang a few lovely duets. Their granddaughter also sang with her boyfriend, both from Washington, while he played the guitar. Both were very talented and obviously love music. I wished they would have played more Simon and Garfunkle songs for us!
     A gift and greeting card were presented to the guests of honor, a combined congratulations from the group of RVers and bungalow residents. Cristina opened them and held up the painting, created by a local artist, for all to see. Everyone clapped to congratulate Cristina and Thies!
     Several long-time RV residents came up to the mike to express their appreciation to Thies and Cristina for creating and maintaining this wonderful place, the Sayulita Trailer Park and Bungalows. From what I've been told, it was one of the first lodgings opened in Sayulita, about 30 years ago. Some of the winter residents in the RV park have been coming for over 15 years and it has become their second home. We have been spending time there in our motorhome during the winters since 2008 and plan to return there for many more years. The town, the people, and the Trailer Park have made Sayulita a second home to us as well. Thank you, Thies and Cristina! Happy 50th Anniversary!
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1 comment:

  1. Thies and Cristina are really made for each other. So much love even after 50 years! They truly deserver an outstanding ceremony. Even we are looking for banquet halls in Miami to book for our parents vow renewal ceremony.