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CASUAL MIDWEEK DRIVE
We are scheduling the 3rd mid-week “casual drive” for Tuesday, July 21. So if you are retired or have a flexible work schedule please join us. We want to “exercise” our Porsches and enjoy a drive with other ORPCA members. No navigator is necessary, so if your co-pilot can’t go, no problem. This mid-week drive is about a 75 miles to our lunch stop at the Pelican Pub in Pacific City. We will meet at a NEW LOCATION, David Lee’s house, as David is organizing this casual drive. The address is 24245 Boones Ferry Road in Tualatin. That’s just west of exit 286 on I-5. David’s house is off an access road that is behind a white fence on the left side of the road as you drive west. We will meet at 9:30 and depart no later than 10:00. We go rain or shine. Please RSVP to David Lee so he can get a car count. Email firstname.lastname@example.org (phone is 503-348-8228)
2015 zone 6 tour
The first ever Zone 6 Tour – covering all of the 16 regions, will start at 9 am in the Pacific Northwest region at the Pacific Raceway in Kent, WA and travel northward to the Olympic region, then cross over the water (via the ferry system) to Vancouver Island and then over to Canada West. You will need to get ferry reservations in order to stay with the group and time frame! THIS IS IMPORTANT Once in Canada the tour will go through BC Interior, Wild Rose, Polar, Living Sky and Absaroka regions. Also IMPORTANT – Passports! The tour will pass back into the states into the Yellowstone region, then onward to the Big Sky, Inland Northwest, Silver Sage in Idaho, and then into the High Desert region, Cascade region to the south of our region, and then finally passing off to the Oregon region in Florence, Oregon. This clockwise tour of the 16 regions spans 15 days and about 4800 miles. We realize that a very small few would do the entire journey, but you can do a leg or two or three – whatever interests you. There will be a workbook that will serve as a guide for starting – and stopping points, as well as the route and key points of interests. There will be hotel options at the end of each leg. We will update the workbook as those changes occur. The Zone 6 Tour will end in Wilsonville, Oregon at approx. 3pm. More details will be included in the workbook that will posted soon.
Club Contact Eric Freedle email@example.com Oregon region tourmeister Bill Munson
See the Tour Workbook – Click Here
The Z6FT event is open for registration on www.motorsportreg.com, needed for count purposes.