CA2Q Monthly Flyer
July 2017

It is hard to believe that the year is half over.  It went by fast and I didn’t ride nearly as much as I had hoped. It has been a busy year for many CA2Q members with both planned activities and unforeseen events. So what have we done this year? 


 

  • Five chapter meetings
  • Seven rides covering 1425 miles
  • Two monthly dinners
  • Garage sale
  • Two CA2Q planning parties

We have 8 more rides planned for the year plus the Scavenger Hunt and the summer picnic.  We have six months left to pack in the fun for the year!

June Recap

The month started off with a thud as I had to cancel the overnight trip I had planned to Lake Tahoe due to urgent business travel.  But I returned just in time for the garage sale on June 10.  The garage sale was a great success and we brought in $538.

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Garage Sale hosted by the Friddles

We had our chapter meeting on June 17.  The after chapter ride was to the Santa Cruz mountains and over to CA 1.  Inland temperatures were in the high 90s to low 100s so we picked a great time to ride to the coast. We had lunch in Boulder Creek at Taqueria Los Amigos.  It was amazing to see how many roads were affected by this last winter’s rain.  There were at least 4 places where there were light controlled one lane sections.

July Activities

CA2J is having their rally / BBQ on July 8 at the Antioch Community Center.

Our Chapter Meeting is July 15.  This will be Bob and Jean Tobin’s last chapter meeting before moving to Utah, but they certainly will be back to see us.  Bob and Jean have been GWRRA members since 1998 and have been active participants with CA2Q almost from the beginning.  So be sure to make it to this chapter meeting to wish them well in the new adventures in Utah.  I think a little roasting may be in order. 

The after chapter ride will be to Bodega Bay.  We will have lunch at a neat little restaurant, Ginochio’s Kitchen http://ginochioskitchen.com/ on the water front of Bodega Bay.  They have outdoor patio seating with a great view.


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Here is the planned route: https://goo.gl/maps/WhT2yP3UNSo

Upcoming Events

  • The CA2Q summer picnic will be held at the park across from Steve and Jacque Foster’s house on Saturday September 30 starting at 1:00pm.  You’re your calendars.  It’s sure to be a good time as always.  More details to come out in August.
  • Linda Androws and Shirley “Linda” Jarumay have gone all out in planning a Scavenger hunt with an overnight destination to Morro Bay on October 14 – 15.  Register early and get your hotel rooms booked soon. Contact Linda or Shirley for more details.

 

Tour of Honor

 

Jacque Foster has pointed out that one of the sites on the Tour of Honor for California is just down the street from her house in Manteca.  Del Webb Woodbridge Veteran’s Memorial is item CA5 on the California Tour of Honor.   Many living on the block across from the memorial are Veterans from several branches of military service.

 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1Sdiyk6Hur5cEGpfxX5BQ0jw_P0g&ll=38.839822620113445%2C-121.36374290624997&z=7

CA5 - Manteca

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All Branches of the Military Memorial
Liberty Park
Manteca, California
1443 Chestnut Grove Dr.
GPS: 37.837814, -121.239853
Access unrestricted. 
A new memorial in the Woodbridge community of Manteca honors the men and women who have served our country in all branches of the armed services. It is comprised of a Flagpole with its base surrounded by granite plaques depicting all branches of the Military : ARMY - NAVY - AIR FORCE - MARINE CORPS - COAST GUARD and the center Liberty Park marker reads: “To Salute their efforts to defend our country and respect the sacrifices they have made. We stand in freedom and look aloft to see Stars and Stripes still fly. The bricks upon which you stand are inscribed with their names and service branch. They are here in residence and spirit at Woodbridge.”

Surrounding the flagpole are bricks engraved with the names of the Veterans. One of the bricks bears the name of a dear family member of the state sponsor, who served in the US Navy in WW lI. Dedicated 7/24/2016.
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If you would like to Register for the Tour of Honor..   http://tourofhonor.com/pages/register.html
Instructions: Take a photo similar to the one on the webpage, along with rider flag and motorcycle. A second photo may be required for location and/or safety reasons. Refer to RULES 5-7 (http://www.tourofhonor.com/pages/rules.html#rules57) for photo verification. Scorers have final say whether standards are met.

 

Tim Hallock