Pumpkin to Pig Run November 1

 

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Pumpkin to Pig Run November 1

Pumpkin to Pig Run November 1

The Pumpkin to Pig run, will start from the Waffle House at 170 Earnest Barrett Parkway at 9:00. From there we will travel to Bert’s Pumpkin Farm, then to...

 
 

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The Pumpkin to Pig run, will start from the Waffle House at 170 Earnest Barrett Parkway at 9:00. From there we will travel to Bert’s Pumpkin Farm, then to the BJ Reece Apple House and conclude at Pools BBQ. Come on out for a day of driving and fun!

Return of Ye Olde Shortcut

Don’t miss this year’s incarnation of Ye Olde Shortcut on November 15th! This annual event is often imitated but never recreated. Don’t miss the original driving event where YOU decide where to go. Don’t confuse Ye Olde Shortcut with the spring event Wild Willy. Ye Olde Shortcut is the original and up for grabs is the coveted and prestigious Short Cut traveling trophy. Obtain the highest possible score for the drive and have your name immortalized for posterity on the base. The trick? You have no idea what the scoring system is. Even better, you get to keep this epic award for an entire year and brag to your family, friends, and guests that yes indeed you found your way out of the North Georgia mountains and dined at the world famous Woodbridge Inn with celebrity chef Hans Rueffert! This drive is on the National Historic Registry of Goofball Drives. RSVP to the president is required for this drive. Please have your RSVP submitted by November 1.

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Classic Car Carnage

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So I was perusing the web the other day and I came across an article on PistonHeads that outlined in detail the type and numbers of cars sent to the scrappers under the UK’s cash for clunkers program and I have to say that as a car buff the results were nothing less than depressing. It appears that a Triumph Dolomite Sprint was scrapped, as were nine Triumph Spitfires. Now I’m all for a good deal but is it worth gutting the soul of future generations for $4,000 and a thank you very much? These poor cars were only the Triumph’s in a long list of carnage. Next time there’s a buy back program in the states, as a collector car hobby we need to sponsor our own buy back. Read the full article here:  http://www.pistonheads.com/news/30915.htm