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July tour announced - Niagara Falls

The Claytons have announced a one day Bill Sauder Memorial Tour in the Niagara Falls area to be held Sunday, July 7th. The registration form is available for download on the event page.

The idea of one day tours, whether in place of or in addition to weekend tours, has been discussed a lot lately and Claytons have stepped forward to organize one. It starts late enough on Sunday to allow people to arrive in the morning, and rough camping is available for those that wish to arrive on Saturday. I hope to see you there.

June tour registration announced

The registration form for the June tour is now available. The tour will be held east of Toronto and hosted by the Mottasheds. We'll stay in the Bowmanville area and tour from there around the southern part of Durham plus Markham-Stouffville-Unionville. The details can be found on our event page. Click here.

May CanAm tour details announced

The registration form for the May CanAm has been posted on the Casual T's website. You can find the details by following the links on our event page for this tour, by clicking here. The Mitchells have a great tour planned in the Marshall, MI area.

Gravenhurst 2012 tour report

Our last tour of 2012 was held Sep. 21-23 in Muskoka hosted by the Rolls’ and the Wrightmans. It was well attended and we had a great time. At Friday evening’s get together, it was wonderful to see old friends and new faces around the campfire. Saturday morning, we started off by having a delicious pancake breakfast cooked by the hosts at Ron’s place of business which is where we were camped for the weekend. After we filled ourselves with this feast we were off to the Grace & Speed Museum as well as parking the cars at a car show.

Western NY 2012 tour report

August took us to New York to the Bakers’ homestead. Our first stop Saturday was a candy shop with a huge variety of candy. Some were even spotted having ice cream. We then toured along passing the infamous Attica Prison and on to the Hidden Valley Animal Adventure which was a 60 acre park with over 200 animals and 30 exotic species, all roaming about. We were taken on a one hour wagon ride through the park to see these many varieties of animals. Some even got mud splattered on them by the water buffalo who ventured out of their mud hole to beg for treats.

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