Sulphur Springs 2018 State Meet

The 2018 State Meet tab has been updated with the hotel and camping information. Please check it July 15 for the registration forms and schedules. Please make your hotel reservations ASAP.

Looking forward to a great time in Sulphur Springs!

The plans are being made to provide you with a great time in Sulphur Springs, TX

There will be a Fall Festival event this same week in Sulphur Springs, so make your hotel reservations early.

The following is a list of hotels with their phone numbers. No rooms have been blocked, so make your own reservations.

Sulphur Springs Hotel Accommodations

Holiday Inn Express

411 Industrial Drive East

903-885-6851

Hampton Inn

1202 Mockingbird Lane

903-439-4646

La Quinta Inn and Suites

1344 Eaton Drive

903-885—8181

Best Western Trail Dust Inn and Suites

1521 Shannon Road East

903-885-7515

Days Inn and Suites

1521 Industrial Drive East

903-438-0918

Camping will be available at the Civic Center. $35 per night. Electricity and water. Dump station is available on site.

No reservations needed.

( Thanks to Jack Miller for maps.)

Bastrop May 2018

Debi Goode has sent her pictures and write up for this ride.

Cushman enthusiasts began arriving at the home of Richard and Betty Kesselus Thursday afternoon, May 10, 2018. We enjoyed an “Early-Early Bird Dinner at Cedar’s Mediterranean Grill in Bastrop.

Early bird dinner at Cedars Mediterranean Grill.

We started the Friday ( May 11, 2018) ride with assorted donuts and coffee before heading out of Bastrop through Tahitian Village and a scenic ride along the Colorado River into Buescher State Park.

We rode the back roads to Winchester and ate lunch at Murphy’s Steakhouse. (Mmmm!) We rode into Smithville for a gas stop, back through Buescher State Park into Bastrop State Park and returned to the Kesselus home.

That gave us enough time to prepare a salad, side dish or dessert for the FAMOUS Early Bird Dinner of fried fish, onion rings, salads and enough desserts to keep the whole city awake for 2 days!

Saturday, May 12 we enjoyed donuts, cinnamon buns and coffee before heading out for Lockhart via back roads. We rode into Lockhart and ate BBQ at Kreuz Market. From Lockhart we rode to Rosanky and back to Bastrop.

Saturday night was a light meal at a local ‘farm to table’ restaurant.

Special thanks to

Richard and Betty Kesseuls for their gracious hospitality; to Richard Kesselus for leading the Friday ride and to Tommy Goode for leading the Saturday ride. Several riders enjoyed a breakfast ride Sunday morning before heading home. Participants in the 4 day event include: Richard and Betty Kesselus, Twig and Zoe Branch, JJ Mooney, Mike Johnson, Larry and Ginger Freeze, Ben & Gene Sargent, Don & Judy Henry, James and Jane Press, Frank and Joan Wyatt, Judge Chauvin, Jack Miller, John & Barbara Allbright, Tommy & Debi Goode and new-comers Jim Bain and Harold & Laura Arens.

Amarillo May 2018

Thursday, May 3, 2018 the weather was great and the Cushman lovers began to gather in Amarillo at the Oasis RV Park. The Amarillo group provides a great ride. Thanks for the event.

The first order of business was supper at Abuelos. 17 attended the Early Bird dinner.

Friday’s destination was Russel’s Truck Stop and Museum at Endee, NM.

11 riders left Oasis RV Park at 9:00am.

Brief stop to have their picture made at the Midway Point on Route 66.

Russel’s Truck Stop was good food, good service, with Mr. Russel himself visiting with our group. The museum has extensive items to explore.

That night the group had barbecue at Dyer’s.

Saturday morning’s ride was to the Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument.

After lunch in Fritch, the group rode to the Sizemore RV museum located in Amarillo.

The full story will be in the upcoming newsletter. Thanks to Belinda Beck for the photos.

Water Valley Ride to Eat 2018

Welcome to Water Valley, TX. Home of the annual “Ride to Eat” event.

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First meal together: 20 Cushman friends at The Other Place in Carlsbad, TX.

Friday morning, we began a ride to breakfast in Robert Lee, TX

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Raymond Love

Richard-Kesselus

Richard Kesselus

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Ted Grisham

Don-Paige

Don Paige

Les-Turner

Les Turner enjoyed the park but didn’t ride to Robert Lee.

Gary-Mathis

Gary Mathis

John-Hensley

John Henslee

Larry-Rose

Larry Rose

Belinda-Beck

Belinda Beck

Bill-Beck

Bill Beck

Armando-Trevino

Armando Trevino

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Ben Sargent drove chase vehicle this year.

We had 27 to enjoy breakfast at Another Place in Robert Lee.

The return ride met with high, dusty winds. We were glad to get back to the park.

The guys rode that afternoon to Sterling City for ice cream.

The ladies headed into San Angelo for a meal at the Angry Cactus cafe.

Angry-Cactus-lunch

Carolyn Turner, Belinda Beck, Karen Rose, Betty Mathis, Wyatt Johnson, Gene Sargent

Betty Kesselus, Sharon Henderson, Margaret Trevino, Jennifer Johnson with Adelaide

Chrysti Love, Judy Henry, and Gloria Henslee

The potluck supper was provided by the group. There were 29 there to visit, eat, and enjoy the fire in the fireplace.

Saturday morning was another cold day. 9 tough riders headed toward Sterling City for lunch.

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The Hitchin Post in Sterling City had prepared bar-b-que for the group of 26.

Later that afternoon, the guys gathered for visiting.

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Sunday morning, Ben Sargent and Raymond Love prepared sausage and pancakes.

Raymond and Ben cooking

We all had a great time. Cold and wind can’t keep us inside.

Thanks to all who came. See you next year.

Concho Valley Club

Scooters for Sale

For Sale located in San Angelo Texas.

60 Cushman standard Eagle, red, 8 hp with seat rail, buddy seat, and crash bar. With Texas Title. $3500.

1946 Cushman model 52. Former 1st place State Meet scooter and second place senior class scooter. Blue with buddy seat, chrome buddy hand grips, body rail, and a horn.
Perfect for the 100 year club. With Texas Title $2800.

Early Allstate Standard for restoration. No engine or title.

Contact Sue Rhea TCC # 1678

325/651-4517

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2018 Carmine

Thank you to James and Jane Press for their 12th Annual ride. March was kind to us this year. It was cloudy but warm.

The Friday ride was close to 70 miles and we traveled toward Bleiblerville and Bellville.

Lunch at The Kenny Store was great.

Friday’s riders.

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Sat. riders and 26 total adults and 2 children.

So many friends got together for the first ride of the season.

Another 70 +  miles ride with lunch at Murphy’s Steakhouse in Winchester, Tx.

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The full write up will be in the next newsletter.

First Ride of 2018 Carmine, TX

The weekend in Carmine will begin with the ride on Friday morning, March 16 with more rides on Saturday March 17.

James and Jane Press have sponsored this event and this will be the 12th year for ride.

The TCC officers and Board of Directors will be holding their spring board meeting on Sat. Morning at 7:00 am.

See Calendar of Events tab for contact info.

Look forward to seeing you all there.

Photos from March 2017.

This is the forecast for this year. Nothing better than time with Cushman people!

Amarillo Ride May 4 & 5, 2018

Amarillo Meet May 4&5, 2018

Meet headquarters will be: Oasis R.V. Resort, W. Interstate 40 and Arnot Rd., Amarillo, TX 806-356-8408

Please mention you are with the Cushman group when you check in at Oasis RV Resort. This way you will be parked in the reserved spots by the event center.

Motels on west side of Amarillo:

Red Roof Inn 806-358-7943 $49.00 with mention of Cushman Club

Fifth Season Inn 806-358-7881

Fairfield Inn & Suites 806-351-0172

Holiday Inn Express 806-367-5330

Holiday Inn 806-322-4777

For those arriving on Thursday, we will go to a local restaurant for the evening meal.

Friday’s destination: Russells Travel Center

9:00 Leave for Russell Travel Center and Museum

with Stops:  Vega -30 miles for rest and fuel

Adrian, TX  -14 miles noted as Center point between L.A. and Chicago on Route 66

Russells Travel Center and a FREE Route 66 museum. 26 miles

After lunch and museum, a return trip to Amarillo.

Pot Luck supper planned.

Saturday’s Destination: Alibates Flint Quarries

8:00 Leave Oasis for  Alibates Flint Quarries

10:00 Show at the Flint Quarries Provided for the Cushman Club

Lunch: After show, ride to Fritch for lunch.

After lunch, ride back to Amarillo.

Arrive at the ONLY R.V. Museum in America. And it is free admission.

Back at the Oasis R.V. Resort for time to visit, have left-overs from potluck or go to meal somewhere.

Thanks to Pete Henderson for this information.

Possum Kingdom Ride -New Event added to Calendar

JUNE 28-JULY 1 , 2018 POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE RIDE

HOTEL-Best Western, 1707 HW 16 South, Graham Tx. $81.00 per night if

reservation made in advance online. 940-521-0190

Dark Canyon RV Park-4908 HW 16 S, Graham Tx.  $20.00 per night.

940-549-7530 Ask for Joe. He would like to know in advance if need 30-50

amp. Availability is ok now, but every other RV park is booked, so need

to book ASAP.

The hotel is located in the South end of Graham and the RV park is 4

miles South on same HWY 16.

FRIDAY RIDE is on the West side of the lake to Possum Kingdom State

Park. We will meet at Best Western at 8:30 and be ready to ride at 9:00.

We will ride through the park and head to Possum Hollow Restaurant for

lunch before heading back. Distance 72 miles

SATURDAY RIDE is to Marys Cafe for lunch. We will meet at Dark Canyon RV

park for drivers meeting at 8:30 and strart ride at 9:00. We will ride

to the peninsula that is the city of Possum Kingdom and to a observation

point for pictures and restroom. Then we will head to Palo Pinto,

Gordon, and Mingus on our way to Strawn for lunch. Distance 60 miles.

After lunch we will take a different route back to PK with several stops

along the way. There is a small park with restroom after about 30 miles.

Distance 55 miles.

Both of these rides are scenic for our part of the world. We can(and

probably will) put together rides for Thurs afternoon and Sunday morning.

Any questions call Gene Perry at 9727681081.