Former members, Jacob and Marsha Smith of Temple, TX have a 1960 Super Eagle they need to sell. It is yellow and an 8 horse. No picture available. It has been sitting and hasn’t been started “in a while”.
They are having medical expenses and need to sell. Asking $4500.
Call her number: 254-899-2408.
Hugh Stone member # 952 passed away on August 19, 2015. Services to be held Aug 25 in Mt. Vernon, Tx at the 1st Methodist Church at 1:00. Memorials may be sent to the church at PO Box 659, Mt. Vernon, Tx 75457. Our condolences to the family.
The group of 35 Cushman campers gathered on Thursday at Hord’s Creek to ride, eat, and enjoy the warm weather. 100 degrees and more of Texas heat had us starting early and spending time with our heads in the shade.
Ben Sargent and Raymond Love cooked breakfast and then fried fish and chicken strips for Friday night’s supper.
Skylar Taylor was NOT missing her first ride behind her Gran – Chrysti Love.
The group posed for a picture in front of the entrance sign. Please don’t tell the park ranger we got on the grass.
Then another picture at the gas stop on Saturday.
The riding was HOT and the visiting was wonderful.
2014 SULPHUR SPRINGS ANNUAL SLOW RIDE
In October 2014 approximately twenty men and women were present to participate in the annual Sulphur Springs (SS) Cushman Slow Ride. After a couple of hours of meeting, greeting, and discussing individual Cushman past and present projects, we filled our bellies with Hopkins County Stew, cheese, and crackers to strengthen us for the ride. The stew was topped off with Ceil Blount’s wonderful brownies. Eleven hard core Cushman riders decided it was time. We headed out to the back roads to Cooper and Cooper Lake. We had planned to indulge ourselves at Millers Drug Store ( old Ice cream/ Malt shop) in Cooper but had to settle for some Dairy Queen Ice Cream instead. Millers Drug has been in existence since the 30’s. It’s truly a land mark with soda fountain, tables , malts, floats, and Purple Cows. The return trip to SS included a tour of Cooper Lake and different country side landscapes. The route back also included a ride through downtown SS to view the remaining Corvette exhibit that was on display before returning to Coleman Park.
We want to express our thanks and appreciation to all the Cushman riders that came to ride in the SS annual slow ride and especially the eleven hard cores that made the ride. We are looking with expectations to next year at around the same time.
Gerald T. Heard
Years ago, the guys had so much fun competing with their scooters pulling the sled.
I received this today from Tommy Goode:
“Richard and I went over to Longview and picked up the sled. We are in the process of re-building it and will have it ready for the State Meet.”
SOUTHEASTERN CUSHMAN CLUB FALL MEET, Hiawassee, Georgia.
I have been told this is a great ride. The link is below for more information.
September 14th-18th, 2015 Monday-Friday
Thanks to Frank Wyatt for this information.
The ride on Sat. was into Wyoming and the Devils Tower.
They stopped at the Subway in Sundance and enjoyed the huckleberry ice cream.
Thanks Richard Kesselus for the pictures.
Don Henry planned and lead this event. We all enjoyed the various scenery and being together.
Debi and Tommy Goode provided the chase vehicle.
Don Henry and Don Paige
Add BF Smith
And Frank Wyatt
Then here is Raymond Love at the museum.
Richard Kesselus with his gift from the museum.
Photos by Gene Perry and Chrysti Love
We gathered 8 scooters and rode into Rapid City via Nemo. Through the Black Hills Forest on a smooth but twisting road. Lunch was at a diner after visiting the Motion Unlimitied Museum.
9 scooters left Sturgis this morning heading on a loop ride that included Mt. Rushmore. They saw buffalo, donkey and foal with tourists feeding the donkeys from their cars.
Thanks Richard Kesselus for the photos.
Additional photos by Gene Perry, brother of member James Perry.