LeBlanc Bros. “NH Granite T’ers” tour to Wright Museum of World War II, May 21, 2017
Located in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, the Wright Museum is dedicated to recognizing and honoring the contributions and enduring legacy of WWII-era Americans.
On behave of all members I want to thank Ken, Paul & Steve LeBlanc for yet another wonderful day touring in our Model T’s! Sunday turned out to be a beautiful day for touring. A lot of planning goes into all the club tours. This tour used 3 starting locations / times (so members got to pick “the one that suits you best”) (Haverhill, Mass. 7:30 am), (Bow, NH 8:00 am) the gathering in Raymond, NH at 9:00 for the start of a 56-mile drive up to Wolfeboro. The idea was to make it more convenient for members by eliminating unnecessary travel, as this would be well over a 100-mile day for all club members. On touring to Wolfeboro, the plan was for one break to get out and stretch our legs. However, a second one was quickly added to wait for a member who was having some fuel problems, at this stop VP Bill Harper joined the group. At the museum, there was time to eat our picnic lunch, visit with fellow members before viewing the museum. After leaving the museum we stopped for ice cream.
LeBlanc tour @ Wright Museum
Paul LeBlanc, Greg Zimmermann & Arthur Aznive