July 16, 2016

 Vol 18 No 2

 

There was a great deal of overcast sky hanging in the Pebble Beach area one would question the timing for an outside lunch but we had already rented the Indian Village picnic area.

 The Indian Village is a private outdoor area in the woods across from the seal rock. It is a wonderful set up. The area is surrounded by forest, has a number of concrete tables and benches, restrooms, a covered area and large fire pit. A BBQ is available if one wants to use it.

 is a private outdoor area in the woods across from the seal rock. It is a wonderful set up. The area is surrounded by forest, has a number of concrete tables and benches, restrooms, a covered area and large fire pit. A BBQ is available if one wants to use it.

About 11:00 everyone started to arrive. And as they drove up they lined up their cars in a “show and tell row” without even being asked. The group gathered around the tables and carried on fun conversation and guess what started to happen? Yep, the weather began to warm up a little. That warming and a great fire in the center pit made the picnic area a cozy place to be.

Those at the picnic were: Estes, Ferlito, Gibfried, Goldberg, Grundy, Martine, Obbink, O’Connor, Scherling, Spangenberg, Strand, Vandergrift and former club member John Whittaker Ann Ross who had attended may club events was in town and accompanied Don Martine. Josh Scherling introduced himself as a new member of the club with his green 1953 MGTD second from the right in the photo

Charlie Spangenberg developed a very detailed map of 12 residences in Pebble Beach that could be classified as “mansions”. The map pinpointed the location and a self guided grand tour accompanied the map. As the party concluded around 2:00 some of the attendees took off for the tour.

A great event, beautiful surroundings, good lunches and wonderful club members.

                                                                       Who could ask for more?