have you seen our bumper sticker?
Its been popping up all over the place …
across the States and around the world!
Camping enthusiasts everywhere have been
flooding us with photographic proof of this
strange new phenomena.
who would like to participate may or call us at (609) 296-2664 for a
free bumper sticker. We will choose entries which will be featured on this page, along with an archive of previous
See below for Baker’s Acres campers own
submissions from all around the world!
brought “Reds” to the Land Down Under!
Thank you, Eric, for having this great shot
taken in front of the Sydney Opera House in
goes to Hollywood? Thanks to Jason Baker, we
did! “Reds” is proudly fishing in front of
the famous Hollywood sign atop Mount Lee in
Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California.
family was so excited to visit Peru on their
vacation, but made sure to bring “Reds”
along. The Smith ladies are visiting the
beautiful and mysterious Inca Ruins in Peru.
fire! Even we didn't know “Reds” is a
history buff until now! Here he is in
beautiful Spotsylvania, Pennsylvania,
courtesy of Cheryl Mirbach and her
family. According to Cheryl, “On May 10,
the Union found a weakness in the
Confederate defenses. Colonel Emory Upton
was ordered with 5,000 men to attack a
slight bulge in the Confederate lines known
as Doles’s Salient. Upton's men broke
through Doles’ line and silenced Smith's
Battery, represented today by this cannon.”
Thank you Cheryl and family!
Reds was spotted in
Peru! The Massimilla Family caught a photo
of Reds the Raccoon in the Inca ruins at
Machu Picchu. According to Wikipedia, Machu
Picchu means “Old Mountain.” Most
archaeologists believe that Machu Picchu was
built as an estate for the Inca emperor
Pachacuti (1438-1472) and is often referred
to as “The Lost City of the Incas.”
This photo was sent to
us by Joe Massimilla, who wrote “Hello. My
wife and I were privileged to spend some
time at your campground this past summer and
look forward to another visit next year. My
son visited Iceland this past week, and I
had him take one of your bumper stickers
with him. The pictures were taken in front
of the Hallgrimskirkja Lutheran Parish
Church in Reykjavik, Iceland.”
Young Mr. Heywood proudly displays “Reds” in
front of Big Ben! That's right, “Reds”
traveled across the pond to London, England,
thanks to the Heywood family. Not only did
“Reds” visit the Heywoods in London, but the
Heywoods visited Baker's Acres on their trip
abroad. Thanks so much for a great photo!
During one of
our Caravan Day Trips, we visited The Edwin
B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge. One of our
camping families was sure to bring “Reds”
along to the self-guided trails. This was
right after the Butterfly Exhibit and
Germany and its impressive cathedral!
Vintage Reds was all the way in Germany,
thanks to one of our international campers
and his family, Laurens Wellmann. While
they were only able to stay with us for one
night, they had a wonderful time and we were
so pleased to meet them!