Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - October 2018 Newsletter

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Central Valley Corvettes of Fresno - October 2018 Newsletter

Casa De Fruita stop on the Cedar House Run

May 2010 – Photo by Keith Garrison


The Central Valley Corvette Club was

chartered in 1991 for the owners of the only

real AMERICAN sports car, the awesome

CORVETTE. It is a social organization with

activities that provide enjoyment for the true

Corvette lover.

MONTHLY MEETINGS ARE HELD

AT 6.30 P.M. ON THE 3 RD TUESDAY

OF EVERY MONTH AT YOSEMITE

FALLS CAFE, 4278 W. ASHLAN AVE,

FRESNO CALIFORNIA. INTERESTED

CORVETTE ENTHUSIAST ARE

MORE THAN WELCOME TO

ATTEND THE MEETINGS AND MEET

OUR MEMBERS.

Club activities include monthly meetings,

car shows, weekend Club activities,

overnighters, picnics, road rallies, summer

cruises, holiday get-to-gathers and more!

Eligibility for membership in CVC is

defined in Article III, section 1 of the

bylaws in part as follows: "Membership in

Central Valley Corvettes shall be open to all

Corvette owners who are sponsored by a

member in good standing. Additionally, a

prospective member must, within a three

month period, attend two consecutive

meetings, participate in two club sanctioned

social activities, pay current membership

dues and initiation fees, and be approved by

two-thirds vote of membership present at a

general membership meeting by secret

ballot.

Sponsors shall be responsible for advising

prospective member of results. All members

must submit proof of personal insurance in

accordance with California State Law upon

application for membership, and all

members must be a member of the

association providing club liability insurance

for CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES.

A prospective member who does not have a

sponsor will be provided one by the

membership committee. Non-members may

not participate in more than three meetings

or two sanctioned activities as per CVC

Bylaws.

CVC membership dues are $67.00 plus an

initiation fee of $35.00. Membership entitles

two members at the same address voting

privileges at meetings (provided they are in

good standing) and membership rights.

Please feel free to contact the membership

chairperson, Dick Johnson (559) 940-5719

or any officer on the following page.


PRESIDENT

Andy Anderson

977-3387

ancon545@yahoo.com

VP-ACTIVITIES

Dick Danielsen

298-5229

redanielsenr@aol.com

VP-PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MEMBERSHIP

Dick Johnson

940-5719

rejohnson1142@gmail.com

SECRETARY

Terry Johnson

940-0876

purplegal54@gmail.com

TREASURER

Darlene Derringer

647-1577

darlenemoats@sbcglobal.net

Mission Statement / Officers..... 2-3

A Word from our President.......... 4

Secretary’s Minutes..................... 5

Membership Renewals…………… 6-7

Birthdays & Anniversaries......... 8-9

Sunshine & Clouds……………… 10-11

2020 C8 at Nürburgring…...… 12-13

CVC Activities............................ 14

CVC Event Flyers.................. 15-25

CVC Picnic pics………………..… 26-31

Snelling Car Show pics……….. 32-37

Colorado Tour IV, part 2…... 38-103

From our Sponsor, Ed Dena.......104

PARLIAMENTARIAN

Gary Pflepsen

999-2957

pgpflep@aol.com

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS

Chuck Laningham

304-7662

laningham@hotmail.com

SUNSHINE & CLOUDS - NEWS

Debbie Garrison

875-0800

keithgar@aol.com

WEBSITE & NEWSLETTER EDITOR

Charlie Fosnaugh

299-0547

fosnaugh@comcast.net


…a word from our President!

Hi Corvetter’s:

I hope everyone is having

fun!! And enjoying the club.

See you at the next meeting


Central Valley Corvettes

General Meeting Minutes 9-18-18

The General Meeting was called to order

by VP of Activities Dick Danielsen at

6:30pm. Minutes from the August

meeting were read. Tom Jarvis made a

motion to accept the minutes as read,

Chuck Laningham seconded. Darlene

Derringer gave the

Treasurer’s report.

Tonight’s raffle

brought in $275.

Winners

of the $50

bills were

Ruthie

Danielsen and Marci

Jarvis.

VP of Public Relations Dick Johnson

introduced Joyce Kroeker’s guests,

Joseph & Erica Costa. They are ½ way to

joining our club, as they attended the

Club picnic also. Gail Tavares was voted

into our club tonight as she has

completed her requirements. Birthdays

totaled 430 years. This month’s winner

of the Panera gift card for the longest

marriage goes to the Danielsen’s at 47

years. VP of Activities, Dick Danielsen –

went over future runs. Car Shows, Ice

Cream, Japanese Gardens, Potlucks,

Movies and Plays are all in the mix.

Find out more information elsewhere

in the newsletter. The Club thanked

Joyce Kroeker for once again providing

the PERFECT place for our annual

picnic. Gary Pflepsen passed out ballots

for nominations for the 2019-2020

Board. All positions are open. He will

again collect nominations at the

October meeting. We will then vote at

the November meeting. Please

remember, if you have missed more

than 4 General meetings in 2018, you

are ineligible to vote or hold office.

Chuck Laningham collected $2.50 in

badge fines. Debbie Garrison gave a

newsy Sunshine and Clouds report.

Charlie Fosnaugh gave Joyce Kroeker a

printed copy of last month’s newsletter

full of memories of Ed Kroeker.

Chuck Laningham made a motion to

adjourn the meeting at 7:26pm. Frieda

Null seconded. Next Board meeting will

be at Andy Anderson’s house, 7pm,

Tuesday, September 25th

Respectfully submitted,

Terry Johnson, Secretary

Thank you to the following members

for donating raffle prizes: Danielsen,

Dawson, Derringer, Dukes, Fosnaugh,

S. Garcia, Garrahan, Henderson,

Henenfent, Jarvis, Laningham, Null,

Parks, Rosen, Severance, Tavares


Attention C.V.C. Members

October 1, 2018

C.V.C. Member:

Our 2019 membership dues of $67.00 are due by the December general meeting

(December 18 th ). If dues aren’t paid by this time, it will be considered delinquent.

Membership may be terminated for those members whose dues have not been

received by the December general meeting or December 31, 2018.

Enclosed is a C.V.C. membership renewal form to complete and return with your

dues payment. Also, please include a copy of your current automobile insurance

verification.

Please make your check payable to Central Valley Corvettes (C.V.C.) The dues can

be paid at the general meeting or can be mailed to:

Central Valley Corvettes

P.O. Box 26591

Fresno, Ca. 93729-6591

Thank you for paying your dues in a timely manner.

Remember the Annual meeting will be held at the general meeting on November

20, 2018. At this time, membership will be voting on a new Board for 2019-2020.

Please try to attend this important meeting.

Sincerely,

C.V.C. Board


NEW ________ RENEWAL ________ (Check one)

CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

NO CHANGE _____(Check if all information is the same since your last renewal, PRINT your name, sign & return)

MEMBER 1 __________________________________________________________DATE OF BIRTH _____________

LAST FIRST BADGE NAME (If different)

MEMBER 2 __________________________________________________________DATE OF BIRTH _____________

LAST FIRST BADGE NAME (If different)

ADDRESS _________________________________ CITY ___________________ STATE ________ ZIP __________

DATE OF WEDDING ANNIVERSARY _______________

MM/DD/YY

PHONE 1 _______________ _______________ ______________ _______________ ___________________________

HOME WORK CELL FAX E-MAIL

PHONE 2 _______________ _______________ ______________ _______________ ___________________________

HOME WORK CELL FAX E-MAIL

MEMBER 1 _______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________

EMPLOYER OCCUPATION DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER

MEMBER 2 _______________________________ _____________________________ ______________________

EMPLOYER OCCUPATION DRIVERS LICENSE NUMBER

CORVETTES

YEAR _________ MODEL __________________ COLOR ________________ LICENSE _____________

YEAR _________ MODEL __________________ COLOR ________________ LICENSE _____________

YEAR _________ MODEL __________________ COLOR ________________ LICENSE _____________

THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRES TO ENTER AND PARTICIPATE IN CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES. IN CONSIDERATION OF THE

ACCEPTANCE OF THIS MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION THE UNDERSIGNED DOES HEREBY RELEASE CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES, IT'S

DIRECTORS AND ALL OTHER PERSONS AND ENTITIES INVOLVED WITH THE ORGANIZATION FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR

INJURIES OR DAMAGES WHATSOEVER TO PERSON OR PROPERTY THAT MIGHT OCCUR WHILE PARTICIPATION IN THIS ORGANIZATION.

THE UNDERSIGNED AGREES TO ABIDE BY THE CURRENT BY-LAWS OF CENTRAL VALLEY CORVETTES.

MEMBER 1 ______________________________ ________ MEMBER 2 _______________________________ ________

SIGNATURE DATE SIGNATURE DATE

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Remember to turn in the following:

1. Membership Form

2. Dues - (Check made to “CVC”)

3. Copy of Current Insurance Information

The above is required for membership and membership renewal and must be received by the Dec. meeting but no later than Dec. 31

Please give to VP Public Relations/Membership or mail to: CVC

P.O. Box 26591

Fresno, CA. 93729-6591

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INTERNAL USE ONLY

AMOUNT RECEIVED $ _________________ DATE RECEIVED _______________ CHECK # ___________

COPIES TO: MEMBERSHIP, SECRETARY & TREASURER


Kim Fosnaugh, 10/16 – Sharon Hall, 10/18 – Herb Null, 10/26

Emilio Garcia, 10/30 and Mary Lou Lebda, 10/30

by Dick Johnson

Skip & Leigh Ann Severance, 10/03/70 – 48 Years

Mike & Lynne Henenfent, 10/05/68 – 50 Years

Patrick & Patricia Garrahan, 10/08/67 – 51 Years!

Tom & Marci Jarvis, 10/08/89 – 29 Years

Lee & Holly Baumgarten, 10/13/90 – 28 Years

PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR CVC NAME BADGE or a CVC LOGO SHIRT WITH

YOUR NAME ON IT TO ALL CLUB MEETINGS & EVENTS!

(NOW a 50₵ FINE without it)

SUPPORT YOUR CLUB RAFFLE AND BRING A RAFFLE PRIZE!

AND BE SURE AND RECOMEND OUR WEB SITE REGULARLY AT:

www.CentralValleyCorvettes.com


SUNSHINE & CLOUDS

Sept, 18, 2018

Debbie Garrison

Last month we said goodbye and God speed to our dear friend Ed Kroeker at a wonderful

gathering of friends and family. Joyce sent us this:

Thanks to all of you for your prayers and showing such love and caring thoughts in the

loss of Ed. Thank you to those members who were able to attend the services, we know

not that everyone was able to be there, thank you for the wonderful food. The showing

of love has been such a blessing and comfort to us. Our membership in CVC has been an

important part of our lives for over 20 years. I’m sure Ed loved the escort of love to the

cemetery, thank you for that. Remember “Make memories, don’t just settle for wishes.”

I’m sure all of us; I know I am so grateful that I knew Ed. He was a great friend, He and

Joyce and their entire Family have always been great friends to this Club.

As I announced last month Tom and Marcie Jarvis were involved in a car accident on their

way back from the Colorado Run; their car did end up being totaled by the insurance

company. They were able to find a beautiful new replacement-a 2007 Atomic Orange

Indianapolis 500 Pace car with only 35,000 miles on it and they already brought it to it’s

first run.

Kim and Charlie Fosnaugh are happy to share some exciting news-they are going to be

grandparents again! The new baby will be born in February. Their granddaughter 4-year

old Kylee is very excited to become a big sister.

Julie and David Sons became grandparents for the 9 th time a few weeks ago to a baby girl

named Jessica Lynn. She was born with a kidney condition and will have a procedure next

month and then another when she’s a bit older. Please keep her in your prayers. They

also took a drive in their corvette to Lodi to join the celebration of their granddaughter

Audra’s 16 th birthday. Love our Grandbabies!!

Nancy and Art White sent us a little update on their summer escapades. They have been

enjoying the cooler Pacific North West summer aboard their little tug, Puffin. We were in

Gig Harbor at the time of our meeting and then they were going to Tacoma then back up

to Puget Sound to Poulsbo to finish up the boating season in Washington. Then they will

return to Port Townsend to load the boat on the trailer and head south to California. We

plan to put Puffin into a marina in Stockton, so they can do some Delta exploring.


They will see us at the October meeting. Reminded one and all to stay safe, have fun and

enjoy each day. Good Advice!

Charlotte Renna’s daughter Michelle has been diagnosed with breast cancer. She had a

procedure the day of meeting; a lumpectomy and only had one lymph node removed.

The oncologist said everything looked good. She will be having radiation to follow up.

Prayers are always welcome.

For those of you that know Mike and Sheryl Paul, Sheryl has also been diagnosed with

Grade 3 Triple Negative breast cancer, she has had the lump, lymph nodes and a

mediport placed in her chest. Her pathology results came back clear of cancer, but she is

looking at 4-5 months of chemo. They have been through a lot in the past four years

between Mike’s tumor and all they went through with that, the loss of his Mother and

now this. So, keep them in your thoughts and prayers.

As I go to press so to speak, I heard from our friend and past members Allyn and Marilyn

Goodall. They wanted us to share with us that Allyn’s 97-year-old Mom is now in hospice

care. Our thoughts are with you, Allyn and Marilyn.

If you anything to share please email, text or call me.

Your Sunshine Girl, Debbie G.

“Give every day the chance to become the most beautiful of your life”…….

Mark Twain


Mid-Engined Corvette Spied On A Speedy Run

Around The Nürburgring BY: CHRIS BRUCE, EDITOR, SEP 19, 2018

The new Corvette shows off plenty of performance in this clip!

A new spy video shows the mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette traveling to and from

the Nürburgring Nordschleife and pushing very hard around the famous track. Chevy's

engineers aren't ready to stop stripping camouflage off the test mules yet.

The clip provides a great comparison of the mid-engined 'Vette's sedate behavior on public

roads and its sharper edge on a circuit. Before and after hitting the track, the sports car's

sound barely rises above a whisper. Once the machine reaches the green hell, things change

immediately. The exhaust gains a meaner, more muscular note.

The driver of this 'Vette rings every ounce of performance out of the car on the Nordschleife.

The machine rides the curbs in practically every corner and takes a very quick line around

the track.

At the end of the clip, there's a chance to see a pair of mid-engined Corvette test mules

together. They're identical other than one having the roof louvers closed, while the holes are

open on the other car. It's not clear yet what Chevy is evaluating with this slight change.

The new 'Vette is allegedly getting three engine options. The base model reportedly retains

the current 6.2-liter V8 with 460 horsepower (343 kilowatts), which we believe powers the car

in this clip. As a mid-range option, there's a twin-turbo 4.2-liter V8 with 650 hp (485 kW). The

ultimate choice would be a twin-turbo 5.5-liter V8 with 850 hp (634 kW). The speed of the

shifts in this video suggests an automatic gearbox of some kind.




Take a better look at the mid-engined 'Vette

Mid-Engined Corvette Spied At The 'Ring With The Rear Up In The Air

Mid-Engined Chevrolet Corvette Spied Hustling Hard At The 'Ring

Mid-Engined Chevy Corvette Spied On Video Tackling The 'Ring

Mid-Engined Chevy Corvette Caught In Most Revealing Spy Shots Yet

Do these patents hint at the future?

GM Active Aero Patent Filings Hint At Sleek Future For Corvette

GM Patent Hints At Manual Mid-Engined Corvette

Production of the mid-engined 'Vette reportedly starts in September 2019, but the debut

could happen much sooner at Detroit's North American International Auto Show in January.

Source: MOTOR1 US via YouTube via Automedia


CVC

Activities

Schedule

A big “THANK YOU” to

those members who

have stepped forward and put in the time and effort to put on a run this year! Remember, the

more runs we do, the more fun we will have! Dick Danelsen

Date: Events 2018: Time: Run Leaders:

Oct 6 Ice Cream Social 3:00 pm Duke’s

Oct 10 Movie Nite – ‘Old Man & A Gun’? TBA Fosnaugh’s

Oct 13

Oct 20

Japanese Gardens Tour & Lunch 9:00 am Lebda’s

Sierra Sky Park Fly-In/Car Show 8:00 am Tjerrild

Dec 1 Roger Rocka’s Dinner Show 5:30 pm Henenfent’s

Dec 6 CVC Christmas Party 5:30 pm Danielsen/Lebda

Dec 9 CVC Christmas Hay Ride 5:00 pm Renna

2019

Jan 14-18 Catalina/Ensenada Cruise (4 Days) TBA Henenfent’s

Mar 10-16 California Costal Cruise (7 Days) TBA Fosnaugh’s

Aug 22-?? 6 th National Corvette Caravan to TBA Fosnaugh’s

The 25 th Annual Corvette Museum Celebration

GENERAL MEETING ALWAYS 3 RD TUESDAY 6:30 PM

BOARD MEETING IS THE TUESDAY FOLLOWING THE

GENERAL MEETING AT 7:00PM

Dominos 2nd & 4th Thursday of the Month


WHY DRIVE TO SUPERIOR

DAIRY WHEN YOU CAN

HAVE THE SAME THING AT

THE DUKE’S HOUSE ON

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6 TH

THE DUKES ARE HAVING AN ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT THEIR

HOUSE (492 WEST ATHENS IN CLOVIS) ON SATURDAY,

OCTOBER 6 TH STARTING AT 3:00PM

EVERYTHING WILL BE PROVIDED EXCEPT YOU NEED TO

BRING A TOPPING TO SHARE.


to see:

The Old Man & A Gun

Based on the true story of Forrest Tucker

(Robert Redford), from his audacious escape

from San Quentin at the age of 70 to an

unprecedented string of heists that confounded

authorities and enchanted the public.

Maybe WedOct. 10 ??

on your own

about 7pm (not posted yet)

Charlie F.281-2876


WOODWARD PARK

JAPANESE GARDEN TOUR

WITH A POTLUCK LUNCH AT LEBDA’S

DATE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 TH

TIME: MEET AT LEBDA’S AT 9:00AM,

LEAVE FOR THE PARK ABOUT 9:30AM

637 W. OMAHA, CLOVIS, 93619

Guided tour of the Japanese Gardens at Woodward Park followed by a lunch

at the Lebda's. We will meet at our house to allow people time to drop off

dishes and travel to Woodward Park for the tour and then return to our

house where we will provide Barbecue Hamburgers and condiments. People

can sign up to bring paper goods, beans, salads, chips and dip, or desert. The

cost per person is $8. The deadline to sign up and pay will be the September

meeting. A signup sheet will be at the meeting so people can select what

they want to bring. Contact: Mike (905-9971) or Mary Lou (392-4601).


You’re Invited!

End O’Summer

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA

EAA CHAPTER 376

OCTOBER 19-20, 2018

Owner: Tim Cone

34TH ANNUAL

FLY-IN & & C CAR SHOW

Owner: Ron Horg

* PLANES * CARS * ANTIQUE MOTORS ON DISPLAY * FOOD * FUN FOR ALL AGES*

34th Annual EAA End O’ Summer Fly-In & Car Show

Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018 | 8am - 2pm | Open to Public - FREE Event

Event Location: E-79 - EAA Hangar & Sierra Sky Park: 4344 W. Spaatz Ave., Fresno, CA

(Near Herndon and N. Blythe Ave.)

Fly a plane or bring a car to show and get a free dash plaque (while supplies last).

Breakfast, Lunch, Sodas, Water, Ice Cream, T-Shirts and more available for purchase.

Questions? Contact:

Car Show Coordinator: Steve LaFerrera - Phone: (559) 906-4478

Fly-In & Event Co-Chairs: Jim Shamp, Joe Kulbeth, Tim Cone - Phone: (559) 352-6145, Diane Tjerrild - Phone: (559) 696-6553

R6 8-16-18

Details on back page or visit Facebook.com/EAA376 | This is a Rain or Shine Event.


About the End O’ Summer Fly-In and Car Show

Friday, Oct. 19, 2018 - Pilot’s Dinner, Music, Camping

6:00pm Dinner

Menu and Prices TBD

Rock & Roll Band: Vapor Trail - No charge, bring your own lawn chairs

Overnight Camping on grass area - Porta-Potties available

Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018 - Fly-In & Car Show Open to the Public 7am - 2pm

7:00 am - 10:45 am | Breakfast, Menu and Prices TBD

Set up cars and aircraft starting at 6:30 am, Open to public at 8am

Pilots who fly their aircraft to the event and display it, receive one free breakfast.

The first 200 cars and aircraft on display receive a free dash plaque

11:00 am - 2:00 pm | Lunch

Menu and Prices TBD

Visit the EAA Hangar for educational booths, food, ice cream, raffles, and more!

Liability Release and Event Rules

• Classic Car/New Car/Aircraft Show Event - Open to all vehicle types

• Register by Oct. 15, 2018, Space is limited. Parking is on a first come, first serve basis

• Fly-In and Car Show is Sat., Oct. 20, 2018 from 8am – 2pm | Displays may arrive anytime after 6:30am

• No entry fees to display your aircraft or vehicle

• Please NO exhibition of speed on the property or on surrounding streets

• Stay on the designated streets – The runway is reserved solely for aircraft

• Bring your own folding chairs - No garbage may be left behind

• Dash plaques for the first 200 vehicles/aircraft

• Special Club Trophy will be given by the Fresno Posse Group

Release of All Claims:

I hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the promoters of this show, including the Experimental

Aircraft Association, EAA Chapter 376, Sierra Sky Park, Fresno Posse, San Joaquin Valley Antique Fly

Wheelers, Legends of Kearney Bowl, all displays and those displaying, including these organizations,associations,

clubs, groups, their officials, employees, agents, volunteers, sponsors, organizers, and anyone

else involved in this event from any loss, liability, expenses, and costs that may be the result from any

injuries, death, or damages to or loss of property that may sustain.

P R I N T N A M E

Signature

Email address - P L E A S E P R I N T

Phone Number

Date

Sierra

Sky Park

Questions? Contact:

Car Show Coordinator:

Steve LaFerrera -

Phone: (559) 906-4478

Fly-In and Event Co-Chairs:

Jim Shamp, Joe Kulbeth,

Tim Cone - Ph: (559) 352-6145,

Diane Tjerrild -

Ph: (559) 696-6553

This is a Rain or Shine Event.

Visit Facebook.com/EAA376


at

Roger rocka’s dinner theater

saturday, December 1 st

SAVE THE DATE!

PRICE IS $55.00/PERSON AND INCLUDES DINNER, SHOW,

TAX, AND TIP (DESSERTS ARE $6.95 EXTRA PLUS TAX AND TIP)

A FULL SERVICE BAR IS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR COCKTAILS

AND SPECIALTY DRINKS FOR AN EXTRA CHARGE

PAYMENT MUST BE MADE NO LATER THAN

THE OCTOBER MEETING!

DOORS OPEN AT 5:30PM, DINNER IS SERVED BY 6:00PM

Meet at the Theater by 5:30 - 1226 N. Wishon Ave, 93728

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION/QUESTIONS, CONTACT

LYNNE HENENFENT AT (559) 978-4898


CVC CHRISTMAS PARTY

THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 TH AT PARDINI’S

5:30PM – 9:30PM

SOCIAL HOUR (NO HOST BAR)5:30PM – 6:30PM

DINNER 6:30PM

DINNER CHOICES ARE EITHER CHICKEN MARSALA OR

BRAISED PAN ROASTED BEEF

$24.00/ COUPLE

$12.00/ SINGLE

PAYMENT IS DUE AT THE NOVEMBER MEETING

THERE WILL BE A DJ AND PRIZES FOR THE MOST

UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATERS!


CVC CHRISTMAS HAYRIDE!

WHERE: CHARLOTTE RENNA’S HOUSE

491 W. ATHENS, CLOVIS

WHEN: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9 TH

5:00pm

COST: $10.00/PERSON

ENJOY DINNER, DESERTS, DRINKS, SITTING AROUND THE FIRE PIT,

AND A NEIGHBORHOOD FILLED WITH BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY LIGHTS!


LET’S GO ON A 4 DAY CATALINA/ENSENADA CRUISE TOGETHER.

EVERYONE IS WELCOME.

DATES: Jan 14-18, 2019, Long Beach, CA

SHIP: Carnival Cruise Lines, Inspiration

FOR RESERVATIONS: Jason Niedzwiecki 800 819-3902 Ext 85263

Book before June 30, 2018 for current sale pricing.

Example: Oceanview (window), Riviera Deck, Mid ship, $825 per couple

including taxes and gratuities. Previous guests on Carnival are a little

less. Travel insurance, if needed, is an additional fee.

Reference Mike & Lynne Henenfent reservation #3JQM80

We have early dinner seating (6PM). If you prefer later, please let Jason

know.

COME JOIN THE FUN!

This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY SA


7 days, Inside Room, Caribe

Classic California Costal Cruise $761*

USD

Ruby Princess® | Roundtrip from LA to LA | San Pedro Pier 93 | 3/10/19

Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses up to $135 pp are additional and subject to change. Book by Sept. 24, 2018

Embarkation LA, SF, Monterey, Ensenada, San Diego, Disembarkation LA

Balcony Rooms on Caribe Deck start at $1020* per person plus above fees.

Rooms still available - Prices and ammenities not guraanteed.

Central Valley Corvettes

*Special Group Booking

CA. Coastal Cruise

March 10, 2019

Contact: Charlie

Fosnaugh 281-2876

Fosnaugh@comcast.net

the US & Canada


2019 National Corvette Caravan

All roads lead to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum

We now have 6 Corvettes booked and registered from CVC!

And here is our Caravan Captain's new ZR1

National Corvette Caravan added 2 new photos — National Corvette Museum - Bowling Green, KY

Who is ready for the 2019 Corvette Caravan? We can tell you Captain Don Herzer is! Check out the

graphics he has on his brand new 2019 ZR1 that he picked up at the National Corvette Museum through

the R8C Delivery program! Congrats and Thank You Don! We will be following this Corvette to B.G. KY!

All roads lead to Bowling Green!


Continuing from last month’s newsletter….Colorado Rocky Mountains, Tour 4

Day 9, Aug 3 rd , In the Garden of the Gods – Having a dancing good time!


Onward to the USA Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs…


…with our own personal US Olympian Guide, Stephen Garbett…


Discussing the Olympics Training center…

…even watching an Olympic training film…


…and checking out the equipment…


Of course no day is complete without a little lunch…

…with a full professional kitchen…


With a menu / calorie / protein / nutrient guideline, which we followed (LOL)…


The next day if off to Pike’s Peak, when we get thru the gate…

Thanks Pam…


Made it to the top…

A little haze but what a wonderful view…


Back to the parking lot and off again…


Next stop, the Royal Gorge Bridge…


Onto the Royal Gorge Bridge…


Onto the Royal Gorge Bridge…


We all made it across and lined up on the far side…


And here we are coming back (click on this picture to see the video)…

And here was our videographer, Kim, afraid to drive across the bridge…


Of course we made it back across safely…


Off to Ouray Inn, in Canyon City…


A quaint little Motel with our Banner printed for us …

And Corvettes with Candy on our beds…


We also went back to the Royal Gorge Canyon to ride the Train for dinner…


With folks from then and now…


So here we go, over 1000 ft. underneath a 300 ton steel bridge originally

built in 1929 with a Cable Car systems on the side, all hanging above our

Vintage 1950’s Narrow Gauge Vista Glass Dome Dinning Cars running

along the bottom of the 30 foot wide Royal Gorge Canyon with the

Arkansas River flowing very fast right next to us…


And what are we worrying about? Eating dinner of course…


With a nice fancy desert, no worries…?


The next day 8 of us took a 2 hour side trip to the Gateway Auto Museum…


The $3.3 Million 1954 Metallic Gold Oldsmobile F-88 GM Concept Car…


After our Museum trip we were back in Ouray for another good dinner…


Day 13, Aug 7 th , we went up the “Million Dollar Highway” to Durango…


Part of the road covered due to constant slides and runoff…


We even saw a dozen of these stealth vehicles, what do you think it was?…


We got out of Colorado Springs just in time (2 days later)…

We boarded our Vintage Durango/Silverton Train on Day 14, Aug. 8 th …


Beautiful view of the Animas River and canyons …


We made to Silverton on our Coal-Fired Steam Locomotive …


And just in time for lunch at the ‘Three Pitts’ …

After sightseeing, back on the Train for the return trip …


Another great adventure…


The next day on our way to Mesa Verde and Puebloan Cliff Dwellings …

The largest cliff dwellings in North America, dating back to 600AD…


Then on to Monument Valley, Utah …


Then on to Monument Valley, Utah …


We were actually here at ‘Sleeping Snoopy’ on his 50 th Birthday, 8-10-18…


We had a special ‘back country’ tour with Navajo Guides…


What do you know, they even had a gift shop with a rug weaving demo…


Meanwhile, back at Goulding’s Resort, we took up a collection for Glen

Who was caught speeding about 2 miles over the limit as our sweep…


On the way home via Route 66, we stopped in Seligman, Az…

And had a nice visit with Angel Delgadillo, the Famous Barber…


TOUR IV - ANOTHER FANTASTIC RUN BY CRAIG & PAM HANSEN !!!!

Thanks to Fosnaugh’s, Hansen’s, Henderson’s, Henenfent’s,

Lebda’s, Parks, Porter’s & Teixeira’s for all the great pictures!

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