CJCC Cruise to Tri-State Corvette Assn's Corvette Show - Peddler's Village, Lahaska,PA
October 4, 2015
Cruise Leader - Bill K.
I will be leading a cruise from Flemington to the Tri-State Corvette Club’s Corvette show at Peddler’s Village at Lahaska, PA. Most of us don’t plan to show our Corvettes, we just enjoy the show. Here is the link to the flyer. Tri-state flyer 2015.pdf
We will meet at Billy’s, formerly Stewart’s on Route 202/31 south in Ringoes, just south of Flemington at 11:00AM and Tail Lights at 11:15. We will travel through some scenic country roads (with a few stop signs) to Lahaska and the show. We will be parking in the lot adjacent to the show and it is paved in gravel but that hasn’t been a problem for us in the past. The Cruise Route is below.
They will have maybe 100 or so Corvettes and it is judged so we’ll see some very nice Corvettes. You may recall that last year our member, Rick and Rea A. took home an award for their Roman Red ’62.
Eating, if desired, will be on our own. There are a number of places to eat at Peddler’s Village. However I would anticipate a large crowd there so there may be waits at the restaurants.
'12 Torch Red Convertible
Cruise to the Tristate Corvette Association’s Corvette Show at Peddler’s Village
October 4, 2015
It was quite overcast and cool at 11:00AM when we met at Billy’s in Flemington but Joy told us that we could expect sun at around 2:00PM. Sure enough, we got sun at 2. Thanks, Joy.
We had six Corvettes on our cruise, four C5s and 2 C6s. We traveled down some country roads for about 40 minutes through Ringoes, Sergeantsville, Rosemont and Stockton to arrive at Peddler’s Village just before noon. Rich B. acted as tail gunner. We decided to eat lunch first rather than wait until later because Hart’s Tavern was not real busy at that time. Eight of us had a very nice lunch there and afterward the ladies went shopping while the guys looked over the Corvettes. The event had a good turnout even thought the weather could have deterred some folks. We ran into members Rick and Rae A. but they did not bring any of their Corvettes to show. The preponderance of ‘Vettes were C5 through C7 with only a smattering of C1 through C4s. We had the opportunity to talk to a number of proud owners and saw some very nice Corvettes. We got some nice pictures and they are posted.
They began the awards ceremony an hour early and we stayed for some of that. We then left and some of us traveled back to he Flemington area together using the same route we took to get there.
All in all I think we had a very nice day and we had a very enjoyable group of members on the cruise. Thanks to all who participated.