As classic British Car enthusiasts, and owners of a few, my 'riding mechanic' and I participate in many club functions. With the signs of spring in the air, we dusted off our 1969 E type Jaguar and headed out to The 1,000 Islands to meet up with fellow BnB members.
Our gathering point was Peggy and Paul's beautiful home overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
An array of different types and models of cars participated, but our hosts have a special spot in their hearts for the MGA!
Homemade shortbread, emblazoned with the MG logo, sustained us before heading out for our country tour.
Always looking for a 'photo opp', we gathered to show off our 'pride and joy', using the 1,000 Islands as our backdrop!
Once underway, the back roads boasted many scenic views.
Our destination was fellow member's car restoration's business:
You should check out Steve's work!
One of the cars that he is working on is a 1931 Cadillac.
This is how it looks now.....
I hope he takes pictures of the final restoration - I would love to see the difference!
The view from his shop is pretty good too!
It was a wonderful outing with 'like-minded' people showing off their 4 wheeled loves.