Another nice weekend! We don't get a lot of these in a year, so come out and enjoy while you can before the rains start up and you're all depressed and need pills.
Some of the cars that came out for Italian Car day were spectacular! What a great Saturday and once again, we can't thank the volunteers enough. They all do such an amazing job so give them a spontaneous yet completely unexpected hug when you see them. Make it memorable. They like that.
It's hard to believe that we're already past the midpoint of our season by two weeks. We have another few weeks of warm Saturday mornings then it starts to cool off a bit. We're going to keep running well into October, just as we do every year. This weekend is also the Auto Angels Car Show so after E@RTC, head over there for some continued fun and it's for a terrific cause. It only happens once a year and they do great work.
We noticed a decline in people asking if their cars meet the criteria. We hate it when they ask if their cars are "worthy" as it's not at all how we think. Most of us came from humble car ownership and know what it's like to love something just because it starts and I'm not talking about your significant other either. We're an event with a theme and we'd die off in short order if we didn't have one. We write and talk about it all the time, yet some still want to take shots at us.
We also want to remind you that we have that new spiffy entrance on 168th Avenue NE and Bear Creek Parkway. Those who use it, look like pros. Those who don't, look like well... so look like a pro and come in on 168th and talk to Sean who's basically our own sorting hat. Oh he may look meek and mild and all that stuff, but he knows his poop about cars so don't mess with him. He knows exactly how many Pintos were made so don't even try.
Once again, thank you all for the support and all the fun you bring to the event each week. That's what it's all about. You can deal with the IRS audits or the annoying plumber and other depressing stuff later, so come and have a good time! You won't regret it. Unless you're wearing an ankle monitor or something and got caught outside the house. Then you're kind of screwed.