As you know, the newsletter will have a complete write up but you will find the pictures here!
The crowd began to gather on Thursday, July 18, 2019. Hotels, campgrounds, and local homes showed the activity of “Cushmans are Coming to Town”.
First meal: Cedars Mediterranean Grill in Bastrop. 23 people enjoyed the great food.
Friday morning began with donuts and coffee. There was a morning ride of 23 scooters through Tahitian Village, Bastrop State Park, and North Shore of Lake Bastrop. Debi Goode drove the chase vehicle this day and on Saturday.
Richard and Betty Kesselus hosted the Friday night tradition of fish fry and onions rings brought together 35 people. Richard and JJ Mooney were hot and tired after frying all that fish! Thanks to Judge Chauvin for providing the fish.
John Allbright, Geoff Conner, JJ Mooney, Pat Goode, Tommy Goode, Debi Goode, and Barbara McKenzie ( Her husband was Brooks McKenzie and they were members who joined in 2002)
Raymond and Chrysti Love, Ginger and Larry Freeze
Judge Chauvin, James Press, Ann Reed, and Gene Sargent
Gene Perry, Ted Grisham, and Don Paige
Cynthia and Forrest Blaylock
Jack Hadlock, David and Sharon Auvenshine
Jane Press, Jack Miller, Grant Rhoads, Don Reed, Twig and Zoe Branch, Paul Kruska
Barbara and John Allbright
Saturday shots of members:
Gene Sargent, Ginger Freeze, Jane Press, and Chrysti Love
Grant Rhoads, Don Reed, and Paul Kruska
Ted Grisham, Twig Branch, David Auvenshine, Don Paige, Jack Hadlock
Mike Johnson, Tommy Goode, Forrest Blaylock, and Gene Perry
JJ Mooney cleaned up and ready to ride
Pat Goode and Don Paige
Gene Sargent, James Press, and Richard Kesselus
Richard Kesselus, Dan Laake, and Jack Miller
Ben and Gene Sargent, James Press
Jerry Krenek and Dan Laake
Debi Goode, Mike Johnson, and Ted Grisham
Richard Kesselus giving ride instruction and destinations.
19 Saturday riders ready to travel.
To Rockne and Red Rock with a lunch stop at El Borrego de Oro.
An ice cream stop and then back home:
As with all good times, there comes the good-bye until next time.
Thank you Richard and Betty Kesselus for hosting the Central Texas Meet.