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This is our planned route for this years Arizona Route 66 Fun Run Tour. Route and Motels are subject to change.
Twenty 22 Members and guests attended our February Garage Tour. A beautiful showing of classic MG’s.
Over thirty members and guests attended this years Association Christmas Party at the Delta Golf Course. Once again the food was excellent. The weather co-operated and everyone went home with numerous gifts. A fun time was had by all.
Good friends and great weather make for a fantastic weekend road trip.
Click photo above to see pictures from our trip to the Route 66 International Festival held in Joplin Missouri. More information will be in the Associations next Newsletter.
A beautiful sunny day with record crowds made this years event very special. Click on the photo above to see pictures of the event. Club members were in attendance and in the show.
Click the picture above to see the photos taken at this years Marpole Summerfest Show & Shine.
Photos by John
Picture taken at the WigWam Motel in Holbrook, AZ. Rick and Alex's TeePee.
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Twenty-Five Members and guests met at the I5 Custer Rest Stop at 9 AM. We then drove to Bellingham's Fairhaven Historic District and then continued down scenic Chukinut Drive to the Farmhouse Restuarant in Mount Vernon for brunch. On the way we encountered a major snowstorm and heavy rain. This came as a big surprise as the weather forecast was for sun and a few cloudy periods. When we arrived at the Farmhouse Restuarant we were informed our reservations had been cancelled. Fortunately the space that was allotted for our party was still available. Later we found out that it was a Corvette Club that had cancelled their reservations and the staff had made an error or misunderstood. After everyone finished there excellent meal we drove to the PACCAR Truck Test Facility for their yearly open house. This is where trucks are tested before being manufactured to test them for reliability. Trucks have to be tested for the equivalent of 2 million miles before they can start production. The facility was very crowded with everyone enjoying the displays and watching how the test are done. An entire truck on a shake table was very impressive as it bounced and shook in every direction.
After we had finished with the tour many of us decided to visit La Conner for the Annual Tulip Festival. As we watched the parade the skies opened again with a downfall of heavy rain and hail. After the parade we decided we were wet enough and headed back to the cars. We toured the Tulip Fields on the way home. There were not many in bloom because of the very cold weather we have been having.
Overall everyone had a good time.