Slipstream - September 2003


The monthly newsletter of the Maverick Region of the Porsche Club of America

Whitesboro Tour

By Lanean Hughes

On an early Sunday morning, with Suzanna Kavanaugh

acting as navigator, we loaded into a beautiful Cayenne S

provided by Park Place Porsche to experience our first tour.

Everyone was waiting at the Einstein’s Bagel shop in Plano for our

tourmeister, Ted Glover to give us the high sign “time to head ‘em

up and move ‘em out.” We are going to have lunch with Longhorns!

Over 20 cars were part of the tour. I certainly found out

quickly how wonderful the Cayenne is. It’s definitely a Porsche,

handling well on all those country roads, curves and such. The

weather was beautiful, we saw parts of Collin & Denton County

that we’d not seen before. When you have the opportunity you

must ask Bonnie Glover about her “navigating skills” at getting all

20+ cars to a viewing area to see the Red River. All those beautiful

clean Porsches of various shiny colors soon became all the same

color, “DUSTY”, when we ended up on a gravel road, such fun!

The Cayenne never missed a beat.

...soon became all the same color,


Lunch at the Longhorn Ranch Grill in Whitesboro was

delightful, we all enjoyed a home cooked meal and fresh cobbler.

The day passed quickly and it was soon time to head back to our

homes. If you haven’t done a tour, try one!

Many thanks to Park Place Porsche for allowing us the

experience of an incredible vehicle.

Photo by Dennis Poquiz

Couldn’t resist a group photo with the Park Place Cayenne

Photo by Dennis Poquiz

A longhorn checks out the red Speedster.

2004 Nominating


Bill Dugan - Chairman or 817-265-0704

Dennis Chamberlain or 972-788-0871

Cody Sears or 940-206-4338

The 2004 Maverick Region election of officers is

approaching, if you have a nomination, please

present it to the nomination committee. If you

would like to run for office, you must submit your

signed (by 3 voting members) petition to the club

secretary, Mimi Spreen, by September 1st.


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