WildWilly55

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Heading down to Woodstock this Saturday morning--meeting at Homer Watson exit on 401 at 7:00 am at the Sunoco station (beside Horton's)--great show ---bigger parking lot this year. Myself and Steve are hooking up so if anyone else is interested in coming with us--see you there!!:canada:
 

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i phoned to see if they had a rain date as the weather forecast is rain all day. Her answer was she knows that it will be a sunny day because "god drives a corvette". lol.
 

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It'll be interesteing to see where they put 200+ Vettes. The primary space they had used last year is now filled with Kia cars.

Terry, nothing like having the vettes shown beside some new Kia's :eek:
 

WildWilly55

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Great day at Anderson's---weather was great--they put on one heck of a show--and every Christmas you get your picture sent to you of "you attending their show!!" Lots of prizes!! Shriners there as usual serving up delectable eatables!! oh yea some pictures!!
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Ron and Tyr shining up the car
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A little overcast at first but it clear up and was humid
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Randy in front of Stans Car--Randy actually brought his own car today!!
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Firefighters on hand!! Great bunch to talk too
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Always support the Shriners in their fund raising activities!!
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It was the most fun I've had at a show to date. I couldn't believe how everyone was welcoming and supportive without the snobery I've experienced at some events before. Although groups and clubs in attendance parked together, all mingled throughout Anderson's entire sales lot.
It would appear that all ego's were left at the entrance. Everyone there shared in a common passion ... Corvettes (whether that was preserving an original, modifying and customizing to your individual taste, or just driving and enjoying them). Saw some familar faces and made lots of new friends. After the success of this event, I'm proud to call my home Woodstock 'The Friendly City'.
Only minor drawback was that the dark cloudy weather early in the morning scared off some out-of-towners from attending.
Thanks to the Anderson's GM Village, The Southern Ontario Covette Club, the Shriners, and those in attendance for making my day!
 

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