Sparky and Pud enroute to the Irving Big Stop for first RV. Happiness appears to be a Corvette cruise
Gathering at the Irving Big Stop and saying hello to folks you haven't seen in awhile
Finally Wild Thing gets some well deserved exercise, leaving Thorrr parked
Kirk's saying, "For God's sake Dave, get a haircut"
Kelly's Corner and meeting up with the rest of the gang, now 10 cars strong and lots of honks and thumbs up from passers by. Good to be back
Kevin Oattes finally gets to join us with his C6 in eye catching Velocity Yellow, with matching brake calipers
Wayne and Betty get a chance to join up with their C3
And along came Mary, with the long haired Dave and their C7. Almost sounds like a song....
David and Shirley with the only C8 today
Charlie's C6 looking fine
Pud and Sparky's C7 Z06
Bill and Heather's C4 and that pesky Heather ambushed Pudly with a hug at his wife's begging. Oh well it was due I guess, right Sherry?
Dave visiting with Ron and Sharon's previous C5
Jeff with a thumb's up. Is it due to the possibility of a C8 joining the expectant family??
Lynda wanting to get a picture of Pudly getting hugged by Heather, not happening
Tooeys Lake rest stop. Probably never seen that many vettes in the parking lot. Still talking about the many unnecessary three point turns on the Fourth chute road. Didn't think that would bear mentioning, Kirk?
Some colours just seem to pop
David explaining the merits of the C7 Z06 stage III ground effects package. Who knows, that passerby car fan may become the next Corvette owner
Met at the Bent Anchor for parking assistance by helpful staff
Bill and Barb were able to join us for grub and socializing at the Bent Anchor
If you haven't been there, you owe yourself a treat with a visit to the Bent Anchor in Combermere. Excellent staff, setting, food and service. Thanks much. We'll be back
And we bid the Bent Anchor adieu, making plans for the next outing. For those who couldn't make it, until next time....