I will be traveling to Corvallis and Eugene for a couple of graduations, just wondering what might be going on with old cars and the like.
Anyone live along the I-5 route , There must something or someone. It looks like I'll be there from Friday to tuesday.
Good Morning Bob,
It looks like you and I will be going opposite directions to graduations...or you could sure stop in.
On June 16th Willamette Valley A's swap meet in Salem. 503.378.1354
I have never been to this swap meet before just saw it on the calendar and thought it might work for you.
Congratulations to the Graduates!
Well Bob my daughter is getting married on the 15th and I am turning 50 on the 17th...but perhaps you had something less depressing in mind...grin...
We just had the Function in Junction (Junction City car show and rally) so I'm not sure what, if anything is happening car-wise on the weekend of doom. If I hear of something, I'll let you know.
Let me know if I can buy you a micro-brew or something on Friday. I have a 4 day weekend.
8 to 10 of us Model T Bums from Central Oregon will be south of Silver Lake Oregon camping and driving the back roads, but that is quite a ways away (like crossing 4 New England states) to get there. I hope that you find something fun to do.
If you make it to So. Oregon there is Pottsville.
It is a tractor show and cars. Steam and hit n miss with a flea market full of rust. June 15/16.
This is worth the price of admission with over 6,000,000 views.
I just wanted to let you know that the Northwest Vintage Speedster club will be meeting at the Tigard Senior Center at 9:00 am for the start of a tour that will travel thru the Willamette Valley. Could be anywhere from 4-8 cars hopefully.The address is 8815 SW Omara St, Tigard, OR. Exit 294 off I-5, down hwy 99, left on SW Hall, right on SW Omara.
That's June 15th
Rose City Model T Club will be traveling to The Oregon Garden in Silverton on June 15th. We should be there around noon.
If you can send me some Phone No. I'll contact you when I get down there. It's my girlfriends family doings so will need to follow there leads, but I will slip away if I can to visit with any T people. Will be leaving around noon Friday.
PS That's just between us, OK.
Mike Stitt - I was the show chairman for the Pottsville show in the early 90's. I did it for 2 years. Named after former State Senator Debs Potts. I got to know him before he died, he was quite a guy. He used to live on the property where the show is held he also operated a small saw mill. He truly had a love for antique machinery.
Thanks Mike for your work at Pottsville. i have been going there for a very long time. Back when it was small and the grannies would show up and sell slices of pie. It was a real hometown event. It is as you know much larger now. Dave W sent out an email to the local clubs to head over and get their T's inside the gate. Thanks again Mike for helping keep Pottsville alive, and Deb potts. It is a treasure.