VINTAGE CAR CLUB of CANADA

OKANAGAN CHAPTER

LOOKING BACK AT 2010 CHAPTER ACTIVITES.

Photos courtesy of Jack Bergeron, Garet Tanner & Bill Fleming

A selection of pictures from 2010.

The events have been grouped together, however, they are not in any chronological order!

Also at the end, is a segment from the Molson, WA. Driving Tour and a SUPER set of Garet's photos from the 2010 Awards Banquet. 

 

Baby, it's COLD OUTSIDE

Some hoar-frost along with . . . 

. . . some snow, too! Nevermind, these Model A's LOVE IT!

SHOP TALK at Bruce and Cathy's.

If I'm not mistaken, this is the '60s Meteor that turned out so perfectly!

MEMBERSHIP NIGHT

Some fun car racing.

Garet and Marnie que up some visual entertainment as well!

North Okanagan Chapter Inter-Chapter Event.

Ladies Tea Party?

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A THURSDAY NIGHT TOUR

Treats at Audrey and Wayne's after the winery tour,

TOUR TO LUMBY DAYS SHOW & SHINE.

"Mister, will you take me for a little ride. I'm dressed for the occasion!"

THURSDAY NIGHT TOUR to GEORGE & SHIRLEY'S . . . 

. . . as usual we gather and depart from Mission Creek Regional Park.

The men checking out the massive Buick Project . . . 

. . .  a survivour of several floods in Manitoba!

VCCC NORTH OKANAGAN FATHER'S DAY SHOW & SHINE

THURSDAY NIGHT TOUR TO OKANAGAN ENGINE REBUILDERS

PENTICTON ROTARY CLUB SHOW & SHINE 

KOPJE REGIONAL PARK CAR SHOW

Each June, this became the Annual Strawberry Tea Car Show, just for a few years.

WESTSIDE DAZE CANADA DAY SHOW & SHINE

MILL CREEK SHOW & SHINE

KETTLE VALLEY STEAM RAILWAY TOUR

CHICKEN RUN TO YANKEE FLATS

Picking up the OYAMA GANG!

Bill wipes a little radiator overflow.  A product of keeping up with the 'Big Guys' . . .

. . .  at the KALAMALKA Lake Lookout stop.

 Shuswap, Kamloops, N & S Okanagan and Okanagan VCCC Chapters here today!

OFF TO THE WESTWOLD STEAM SHOW & SHINE

Pumpkin Cannon was neat!

Dave receives a lesson on a Black Powder Rifle! Then BOOM!!

We always stop in at DAVISON ORCHARDS when we're in the area.

UPTOWN RUTLAND CLASSIC CAR SHOW #1

OKANANAGAN CENTRE COMMUNITY PICNIC

OOPS,  a little LIQUID SUNSHINE  . . . 

. . . time to move indoors!!!

INTER-CHAPTER EVENT AT THE BERGERON'S AND PIKE'S

FATHER PANDOSY'S MISSION 150 YEAR CELEBRATION

PARKINSON REC CENTER BOCCE TOURNAMENT

OYAMA SHOP TOURS

Chris's Boat Works.

Over to Ian's to check out progress on Ted's '46 Ford.

 

Time for picnic lunch and to take a moment to . . . 

. . . slip next door and check out Jack's '33 Ford.

COUNTER ATTACK SHOW & SHINE 

RUTLAND MAY DAY PARADE & CAR SHOW.

WORLD OF WHEELS - Peachland

Random pictures from the MOLSON, WA. Driving Tour

After Penticton we travelled the Green Mountain Rd to Keremeos . . .

. . .  and the Grist Mill for a picnic lunch and tour.

We didn't see this Historic Bridge on our trip! Too good not to include!

Garet made a quick trip to see a car buddy while we were at the Grist Mill!

We took the CHOPKA CUSTOMS.  Dennis was the Tail Rider, picking up any strays.

We stopped the other side in the USA to hand out another poker card. 

Everyone needs to stop in at TICKLEBERRY'S

Hope you enjoyed a look at our 2010 Driving Tour to Molson, Washington.

For an even more indepth look at this historical site,

do an Internet search on  Molson, Washington.

It looks like the folks have done a lot more on the site since we toured it.

 

Check out the next section for another look at the site.

 

Pictures from the HISTORIC MOLSON, Washington 2010 DRIVING TOUR that Dennis & Bill organized. This tour departed Constable Neil Bruce Middle School in West Kelowna. Travelled to Penticton, then took the Green Mountain Road towards Apex Ski Hill. Travelling through the Marron Valley, ending up at the Grist Mill in Keromeos for lunch. Next we drove to the Nighthawk Border Crossing. Eventually passing through Oroville and on up the hill to Molson. It was a grand adventure! A super day of driving with lots to see along the way and a very interesting time in Historic Molson. By the way, Bridesville is just over the hill. One can only imagine how handy that was during the American Prohibition Era.

 We turned folks loose at Molson to find their way home. Most stopped at Tickleberry's in OK Falls. A few used the East Lake Road rather than the Highway to Penticton.

SANPSHOTS 

from the  

OKANAGAN CHAPTER

 

2010 AWARDS BANQUET