I hope you had a great Thanksgiving and are getting ready for more fun this month!
Speaking of fun, we have a great cruise arranged for this coming Saturday morning, December 7th! I think this is going to be one of our best to date! We have lined up several stops and a great place to eat.
We will gather at the Wimberley City Hall parking area, where we have for other runs, at 9:00 am Saturday. We’ll depart there (by 9:15) for our first stop at a shop near Canyon Lake. Its called Twisted Pistons and they do a lot of different things there, so it should be very interesting. We should arrive there about 9:30 and will stay until 10:00 – 10:15. Jeromy Yager will greet us and show us around.
From there we will take the scenic River Road from just below Canyon Lake Dam, along the Guadalupe toward New Braunfels. It’s a beautiful drive and we can enjoy the scenery on our way to our next stop.
The second stop will be at Cruzer Customs in NB. They have a very good full service shop and do top quality work on show cars, or engine work, or AC installation and much more, so this will be a very interesting stop as well. We should arrive there by 10:30 – 10:45. Bryan Cruz and Jessica will be our hosts. We will shoot at departing from their shop by 11:30 or so and will head out to eat.
Our eating location is Cooper Old Time BBQ, just down the street. They have an outstanding selection of different meats and plenty of room for our group. I figure we will be ready for a meal by that time!
After lunch we will have an optional stop at A & E Classic Cars in New Braunfels! For all those interested we will make the short run to that shop to see what they have to offer. They sell a lot of muscle cars and have a shop which I understand does work on their inventory and for other’s cars too! Again, this is an optional stop but should be fun!
I’m excited about this and look forward to seeing all of you Saturday morning at the City Hall at 9:00 am! The forecast is good so let’s get out there and drive ‘um!!
12 Kings Car Club
Ps. Thanks to Jonny O for his help with putting this together!