I Have Been Lucky To Take My Toy To The Corvette Museum ...

From The Corvette Museum To Corvette Of Carlisle ...

And Of Course The Trip Back Home ....

What A Grrrrrrrreat Road Trip ....
 
2009 ZR1

Seattle, Oregon/Cali coast, San Fran, Los Angeles, Las Vegas ---> then home to Edmonton

Got wrinkles now from all the smiles the drive brought me! ;)

Brian

And Los Angeles to Vancouver to Edmonton in a 2006 Z06 4 years ago
 
Furthest trip so far from Comox Vancouver Island to Guelph Ont. and back in my 2006 coupe. Total mileage for the trip was 7,689, 12,374 Km. And Colin how could you forget our one way trip last year in your 94 Polo Green Vert. Most enjoyable trip and we stayed on the Canadian side all the way.
Rob
 
Georgetown Ontario to Myrtle Beach South Carolina, many times. & to many places in between to remember.
Going to the Tail of the Dragon, the NCM & Gatlinburg area in June this year.:canada:
 
Jeeeezzzz.... over 30 years.... lets see.

Vancouver (Richmond) is home.
So... to Regina and Saskatoon and back (a few times),
to Calgary and back (many times),
to Edmonton and back (several times),
to Visalia California (and then to Santa Cruz) and back,
to Los Angeles and San Diego and back,
to several events in Montana (Great Falls, Whitefish, Helena) and back,
to Sioux Falls, South Dakota (Black Hills event) and through Wyoming, Montana, Nevada and back,
from Phoenix to home (bought '92 there)
to Yerington (Nevada) and back
to Seattle and back
to Portland (Oregon) and back
to Rosecity (Oregon) and back
to Idaho Falls (Idaho) and back

I can't remember them all
 
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Wow.

I have been to BC, but nowhere near as adventurous as you guys--it will change though. I am thinking edmonton to Kelowna this year. Would like to do the pch as well. Take a lot of pics Riley.
 
Jeeeezzzz.... over 30 years.... lets see.

Vancouver (Richmond) is home.
So... to Regina and Saskatoon and back (a few times),
to Calgary and back (several times),
to Edmonton and back (several times),
to Visalia California (and then to Santa Cruz) and back,
to Los Angeles and San Diego and back,
to several events in Montana (Great Falls, Whitefish, Helena) and back,
to Sioux Falls, South Dakota (Black Hills event) and through Wyoming, Montana, Nevada and back,
from Phoenix to home (bought '92 there)

I can't remember them all

WOW! Awesome!

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Furthest trip so far from Comox Vancouver Island to Guelph Ont. and back in my 2006 coupe. Total mileage for the trip was 7,689, 12,374 Km. And Colin how could you forget our one way trip last year in your 94 Polo Green Vert. Most enjoyable trip and we stayed on the Canadian side all the way.
Rob

Exactly Steamer -- smack my face..:banghead:

Wasn't thinking of the C4 -- just the C6's in the family.
That was the height of 2013 and maybe many years to come.
What a way to see Canada: In a 'vette with a good friend. :canada::canada:

C.
 
Have you ever been to Sea, Billy, (Only the old Guy's will get that)

I have traveled across this Great Country many times, by motorcycle and by car.

it is not the distance, but the Adventure of meeting new people and seeing new things that is important. It doesn't matter what you are driving, a 63 Vaughal will do it as well as a C7, a C6, C5, C4, C3, C2 or a C1.
 
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Hi
First post, drove Edmonton to northern tip of Florida then to Bellingham Wash, to Vancouver then back home to Edmonton.No troubles lots of fun.
 
We've done nothing but local Southern Ontario runs. We sold our old COPO Chevelle to a fellow in Calgary. When the restoration is finished, we would like to drive out west, see the finished product then go on to visit with my sister and her family in Victoria. We've flown out there a couple of times but on the ground, you really see the country. Our daughter and her family went to Alberta this summer towing a 28 foot trailer and had no problems. We should be able to handle a little Corvette. ;)
 
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