Rain kept the car count to two.
John Layzell’s 1987 Porsche 924S
Philip Williams’s 1988 Pontiac Safari 6000 LE
This year’s Progressive Dinner was a smashing success with 41 of our members enjoying delicious foods at three locations. Mother Nature was an uninvited guest with two short showers that kept the antique car turnout to two.
With appetizers at Bob and Ken’s home the evening was off to a good start. It was a loud and gregarious group carrying on a variety of conversations only interrupted by returns to the platters to replenish their plates. We then moved on to Ira and Susan’s for the main course. Fortunately, most of the tables were on a covered patio so everyone was able to stay dry while they dined. Manny Garcia led off with a description of what we would be served: Brazilian-style meats and sides served at the table. and he also told us about the door prizes: practical gifts for the auto enthusiast. If you sat in a chair with a marker underneath you were a winner. Once that was done we moved to the home of Maurice and Jean’s for coffee and dessert, dessert, dessert and more desserts.
The good spirits and comradery never faltered, but they are never in short supply at our club.
By Philip Williams
Photos by Bob Squier