Fall Color Cruise

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Registered and ready to go on a Fall Color Cruise with my best friend Yvonne.  It began at the Museum of Transportation and ended in Washington, MO.  The drive was beautiful and the company was even better.  We had a great day and Missouri landscape did not disappoint.  Of course I don’t have any pictures of trees and their color changes.  When you are cruising with a group of cars your are moving non stop to your destination.  We met lovely people and had a fabulous day.  It wasn’t exactly what I had envisioned, but when your BFF is riding shotgun, nothing else matters.  I love you Yvonne!

Here is a small peek at The Museum of Transportation.

The following is a video of Group B leaving for Washington, MO.  (I didn’t think quickly enough to capture Group A.)

We were in group C and left last.  I think it was because our cars were newer, more reliable, and would arrive on time without incident….perhaps being able to give rides to those whose cars didn’t have enough power to get them there.  LOL  We were an eclectic group to say the least, but everyone was so nice, and appreciative of the drive.

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The young man who drove the following vehicle was so nice, as were his friends (one on a motorcycle).  I believe we had the most power and handling of the other groups (as the hood pins would imply).  Insert smiley face here!

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About Debbie

Love cars, love writing, love family...that about does it.
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3 Responses to Fall Color Cruise

  1. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful day… So much fun being out with my BFF!

  2. Lovin the pics. Looked a great day out. 🙂

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