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Fall Leaf Cruise signup & more info (archive)

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Posted by Tom M. on October 01, 1998 at 20:05:46:

To everyone who has emailed me re the Fall Leaf Cruise at 10 AM Oct. 24th '98:

So far we have 18 cars for our Cruise. Here's the list as of 10/1/98:

Dave & Joanne Francis
Mike & Leslie Noble
Mark & Lynn Volk
Tony & Teresa Wendolovski
Stu & Carol Ockman
George & Sharon (?) Kugler
Bob Ritter
Matt & Barbara Daub
Mike Ware & Gerry Machado
Phil & Imogene Butera
Tom & Roberta Storer
Nick & Robyn Landekic
Steven Szebenyi & guest
Jan Shingler
Mike Whitley (?)
Tom Kurke & guest
John & Mirna Corby
Tom & Rose Mosteller

A fine group I'm sure you'll all agree! Stu Ockman has sent the following information about our Cruise:

"We start from the Visitors Center Parking Lot at Valley Forge National
Historical Park at 10am. We head west on wonderful back roads to a brief
morning stop in St. Peters Village. St. Peters (all the buildings) and the
surrounding land were owned by a single family from 1731 to 1977 and most of
the buildings in the town were built in the 1800's to service the miners and
quarry workers for the family iron mines and black granite quarry. The town
sits at the north end of a deep ravine cut by French Creek and is surrounded
by 12,000 acres of public lands. It is like taking a step into an eastern
version of a wild west town of yesteryear. After St. Peters, we stop for a
picnic lunch on Hopewell Lake in French Creek State Park. There are picnic
tables and restroom facilities on the lake. It is an idyllic setting and
should be spectacular with the fall colors. I expect we'll be leaving the
park about 1:30pm and should arrive at Sadie's Bake Shop about 2:30pm.
Sadie's Bake Shop is in the basement of a Pennsylvania Dutch Home in Narvon,
PA. It is lit with gas globes and the fan, mixer and other appliances are
powered by compressed air. Sadie's sells a dozen large cookies for $2.00
and fruit pies are $3.10. From Sadie's, we continue west to the Accomac Inn
in Accomac, PA, just north of Wrightsville on the Susquehanna River. I hope
to arrive at the Inn between 5 and 5:30pm with those who want to continue
beyond Sadie's and/or join us for dinner. There are eight covered bridges
between the Bake Shop and the Inn passing through Pennsylvania Dutch country
north of Lancaster. Hope this answers your questions. See you on the 24th.

Regards,
Stu"

Stu is working on a Microsoft Word 98 version of the directions for everyone to have ahead of time. As soon as I receive these, I'll forward them to everyone in Word & Adobe Acrobat format. I realize this will be a big download, but everyone SHOULD be able to print out the directions then.

Stu also asked me to remind everyone to make reservations at the Accomac Inn ASAP if they want to join us for dinner. You can call the Accomac Inn directly at 717-252-1521. Ask for Dan MacDougall, the innkeeper, mention the Z3 Fall Leaf Cruise and reserve space in the Queen Anne Dining Room. For more details, menus, etc. see the link at . It looks awfully nice!

More information will be forwarded as it becomes available. Please let me know if you have questions.

If you haven't signed up yet, please email me at [email protected]

Looking forward to seeing you all,

Tom & Rose Mosteller
'96 1.9 Silver/Black/Black


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