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Offline vangremlin

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Rollinsville Yacht Club 2016
« on: September 25, 2016, 05:58:18 PM »
Today was the day for the annual cruise to Rollinsville CO.  The Yacht Club wasn't available this year so we went to a local restaurant for brunch instead.

The weather was perfect today, although it was in the mid-40s when we started out this morning.  We had a bigger turnout than in years past and I don't have an exact count on the vehicles that went, but once again I had the only Eagle in the bunch.  Also on the tour were 3 Ferraris, a few Porsches, a new Corvette and an old Corvette, a classic Mustang, an old Bronco, a 70 Roadrunner, 4 motorcycles and some other various cars.  The Eagle coupe ran great, and had no problems going (slowly) up the hills as we got up to about 8500' in elevation. 

A good time was had by all!

PS the orange pickup in the second picture was not part of our group lol



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