Shady Grove Exxon Lunch March 2010

The temperatures were mild – upper 50 to low 60 for our March 7 2010 cruise in lunch at Red Hot & Blue.  Everyone was thrilled to be out on such a nice day especially after the back to back blizzards we had a few weeks ago.  We all arrived around 12 noon and to our surprise there was about 10 cars on the cruise in lot – folks just hanging out outside talking cars!  

Inside the atmosphere was electrified with gear heads talking about their winter projects and showing pictures of the progress.  This is just the second year for our cruise in and it is rapidly growing.  We had to spend a little time rearranging the room to accommodate the large turn out (about 20 people).


The employees at Red Hot & Blue were prompt and very helpful.  To my knowledge there were no major mix-ups with our orders. And I believe we all had a great lunch!  Chuck gave a nice speech and next we had our “show and tell”.  We also discussed our plans for our cruise outs.  We’re planning to meet at our cruise in lot and drive to some local car shows and other gatherings.  Stay tuned for more information via Chuck’s emails.

Click here for a short slide show of the lunch

For the motorcycle riders click here for a slide show of some rare and unusual motorcycles

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  1. by Harry Kraemer

    On March 7, 2010 at 7:12 pm

    Let’s all give Chuck a big thank you for putting this together!

  2. by Hinsoni

    On March 7, 2010 at 8:11 pm

    Awesome post and great photos. I dearly love the Cat and John Deer motorcycles shown on the flickr site.

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