|Rebel Fiberglass MFG|
Organized by Al Paulsen
Photos by Dave Dickinson
|As the city was still doing road work we were meeting at Riverside Park just under the Red Bridge.|
Sometimes it was hard to find picnic tables for all of us to eat together however
with folding lawn chairs we did fine.
|Having supper in the park on a Cruise Night sure allows you to catch up on what members have been doing.|
|Jake Surline's 1940 Chev, Dave Dickinson's 1933 Hupmobile, |
John Foley's 1964 Chev
& Clark Borth's 1930 Ford Model A
|As Thursdays are suppose to be a Cruise Night |
and we only had a short distance to travel to Rebel Fiberglass
we went via the back roads through Kamloops Indian Band property
on the north side of the river past the old Church & Cemetery.
|Wating for our host|
& owner Dave Foster
|Rebel Fiberglass builds small row boats, floats for wharfs and do repairs |
on boats and trailers needing fiberglass
|Once again the evening ends |
with Marg & Ernie McNaughton
checking the records to see
who are the two winners
of the evenings poker game.