London 2011 tour report

Will it rain or won’t it rain?! That is always the question. Not that it ever seems to matter very much as we are always prepared for whatever may happen.

The June tour was held in London based out of Fanshawe Conservation Area on June 24-26, 2011 hosted by Doug and Johanne Lashbrook. While the weather seemed somewhat iffy, 24 cars (and their occupants) turned out to have a fun weekend of Model T’ing. The sites were cozy but that seems to make us just more chatty around the campfire.

Please phone to register for London Tour!

The labour dispute at Canada Post has interrupted the flow of tour registrations. The current registration count is 19 cars. Certainly a good size for a tour, but not quite what is typical for June so we're sure some were stuck in the mail system when it ground to a halt. Doug asks that you phone him at home to confirm your registration, or to make it if that's the case. Payment can be made on arrival, but he needs an accurate count to make all of the arrangements.

We're looking forward to a great tour and hope to see you there!

2011 CanAm Tour Report from Belleville, MI

The touring season has now officially begun with the CanAm this year hosted in Belleville, Michigan by the Casual T’s. Traditionally the tours in the U.S. are held on our Victoria Day weekend and when in Canada are held on the American Memorial Day weekend. This ensures that all participants have that “extra” travelling day. What a great idea!! About 30 cars were on tour this weekend.

2011 April General Meeting Report

The Annual General Meeting of the Ontario Chapter of the MTFCI was held April 15/16, 2011 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Vaughan, Ontario hosted by Gord & Anne Morton. The format was very casual with folks either partaking of the whole weekend of fellowship or only attending the always important AGM. The response was very good and I know everyone enjoyed the time together.

2010 October Tour Report from Ilderton

October brought twenty cars from the Model T and Heritage 35 Clubs together to the home of Bert & Mary Vanderwal near Ilderton. Saturday took us to an amazing quilt store, then an interesting antique store. We toured on and stopped in Strathroy at a Farmers Market where we bought our Christmas tree in a pot and some locally grown veggies.

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