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.