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Sunday, October 23, 2011

VP Mystery Run 2011

Saturday , October 22nd  was RVV's last run of the year. It was VP, John Thompson's  Mystery Run. It took us from Oleary's through to Vanceboro ,Maine and onto Houlton for a very fast shopping session. We met up with Danny Calhoun and Pat and Harley Smearer in the Mardens parking lot. Than on to Woodstock for dinner at John Gilles Restaurant. Going on the run were Ron and Anne Gould, Kelly Kelly and Linda MacDonald, Wayne and Eleanor Robertson, Wanda and Mark Gadd, Vernon and Julia Patriquin, John and Pauline Thompson, Jerome Connors, Peter and Marilyn Wood, Malcom and Simone MacDonald , and Tom and Lois Hiltz . Meeting us at the restaurant were John Johnston and Jim and Fran Good.
Written and posted by Tom Hiltz aka ( redvette )
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Sunday, October 16, 2011

RVV Covered Bridge Tour 2011

Corvettes from the" Maritimes" : RVV, CSNB, GMCC and the Nova Scotia Club were participants in a "Covered Bridge Tour" on Saturday. Weather was great for October and there was a total of 39 corvettes taking part in the run.Lois and I never participated unfortunately. I decided the day before to check the tire tread on my vette and  there was none !!!!! I took these photos off a Facebook account ( Kelly's and Pat Smearer's ) and hope you enjoy them !
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Posted by Tom Hiltz aka ( redvette )


Hi all,
To those members who participated in the GMCC President's run yesterday, thank you !
It was fantastic to see 39 corvettes in a row on the roads in the Sussex/Hampton/Norton areas.   If the colors in the trees didn't generate ooo's and aaaa's, our corvettes certainly did.
I apologize for the delay in getting your playing card at the first bridge and for not having a "bio" stop before heading to Norton, but I hope everyone got through that ok.  The restaurant sends their apologies to the couple of tables that were late getting their food.  Marty did the best he could in letting them know the numbers ahead of time and I don't think it was for lack of servers (who took the orders to the cook, one table at a time). I think they just fell behind with the quantity of food we were consuming.   Not sure how that could have been handled differently other than to split us up.
But I hope that the day was considered a success.... lots of friends from the NS and 3 NB clubs.   It is great when we can all get together like that.
Thank you again for coming on our run.
Roger Bourgeois GMCC

Monday, October 10, 2011

River Valley Vettes 2012 Executives

The new RVV 2012 club Executives : President : Vernon Patriquin
                                                         Vice President : Kelly Kelly
                                                                 Secretary : John Johnston
                                                                 Treasurer : Julia Patriquin 
Posted by Tom Hiltz aka ( redvette )







Friday, October 7, 2011

Thanks

Kelly and I would like to thank everyone that came out to our Birthday Party last Saturday for the lovely cards and gifts ! I know the weather wasn't the best but that didn't stop the big crowd that we had. Roger and Angie Bourgeois even traveled from Moncton in the rain in their new beautiful Grand Sport Corvette. By the way Angie it sounds great ! Raymond and Kathleen Cromwell, Donnie Watson , Fred and Joyce Godwin, Calvin and Paula Seward, Bob Cromwell and Joanne Campbell from CSNB . From RVV were Ron and Anne Gould, Vernon and Julia Patriquin , Wanda and Mark Gadd, Mac and Simone MacDonald, John and Dawn Garwood , Harley and Pat Smearer and of course my neighbors and friends and Kelly's friends made a fun day and night.
Written and posted by Tom Hiltz aka ( redvette )


Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Wasn't that a Party !

Wasn't that a Party ! "Could have been the whiskey , might have been the gin , could have been the 3 or 4 six packs , I don't know but I think everyone had a good time , despite the rain ! Party celebrating my and Kelly's  birthdays.
Saturday, Oct 1st  night's birthday party....Wicked Cry entertained in latter part of evening...some super celtic music...wow..and the day started off with -Theresa Malenfant and Katey Day and that super band - The Instigators...Mr Nichols did a super job on the 'pig on a spit....Leigh cooked up a lot of bacon wrapped scallops,mussels , corn and friends brought salads,appetizers, rolls, etc etc etc...........
Written by Tom Hiltz and Kelly Kelly, posted by Tom Hiltz aka ( redvette )
Pictures taken by Logan Hiltz ,( my grandson), Kelly Kelly and John Garwood
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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Trip to Tabusintac

Tour to Tabusintac and Linda & Alfred’s Cottage
One thing can be said by all about this tour is it was one of the most enjoyable trips that the club has had in years.  Weather great and company enjoyable.  We started out expecting a big turnout of members to meet up at City Hall in downtown Fredericton, but as John and Pauline waited for the 9 am departure only one car showed up, and that was Vern and Julia, so the two cars departed for the North side to meet up with Ron, Anne and Malcolm and Simone.  Ironic there were two coupes, one white and one black and met up with two convertibles, one white and one black.  Leaving Targett’s on St. Mary’s road where Vernon took the lead and it was decided to change leaders each half hour.  This made driving interesting, (and we would not want to say who made a wrong turn).  On our way, we met up with Jacques and Monique Bossy in Blackville, who drive a black convertible, keeping up with the color scheme.  After stopping in Miramichi, we contacted Alfred at his cottage and arranged to meet at the Catholic church in Tabusintac.  Alfred’s friend Mark from Neguac also joined us with his Blue 08 Z06.  From there Alfred led us on a great tour of Tabusintac area of historical sights and points of interest with a full documentary and many stops along the way.  Mark brought up the rear. (Color co-ordination had to be kept, red, black, white black white, black and blue).  Most of us were not familiar with this area and were all impressed.  We ended up at Alfred and Linda’s outstanding cottage on the Tabusintac riverfront with a million dollar view. With financial contribution from the RVV coffers Alfred and Linda put on a great barbeque, preceded by a tray of appetizers, with good and healthy salad and lots of fattening desserts, the open bar was very much appreciated but the lucky prize was a complete hit.  A contest about the guided tour was won by Simone & Malcolm with second prize going to Pauline & John and third prize to Vern and Julia.  I am sure if we had known ahead of time more notes would have been taken. Shortly before we left we had a surprise visit by Linda’s father and he picked out his choice of car and donated a great C5 leather jacket to the winner.  Shortly after 4:30 pm we departed for home and had a good run home with a couple of pit-stops.  Jacque and Monique left us in Blackville and thanked us for including them in the trip as they really enjoyed the trip as we did with their company.
Anyone who did not make the trip really missed out on and exceptional day.
We want to thank Alfred and Linda for opening up their cottage to the club and arranging a fantastic tour and making us feel at home.  We are all invited back again at any time.  We are happy that John T. came up with the great idea for the trip.  
p.s.  All the leftover hotdogs were eaten by Vern…….
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Written by Ron Gould and posted by Tom Hiltz


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