*Unlike some Cruiser events, we don’t sell tickets or require a registration (the only fee is to enter the park).
*We do not have vehicle inspections (it’s up to you to make sure your Cruiser is up to the task).
*We don’t hold raffles or seek sponsors (the closest we get to this is putting out a ”tip jar” to offset some of the cost of the Saturday evening meal).
*This is a “family friendly” event (your spouse, kids and even the occasional dogs are welcomed).
*This is basically a social event that just happens to include Land Cruisers.
My language skills must really suck.Charles,
As I recall, it has always been basic premise for this meeting that it is a casual meet-n-greet with no intended comparison to any TLCA sanctioned events beyond a common interest in Land Cruisers. These event comparison points are clearly indicating a change in direction for this year. When are the details on the changes for this year going to be revealed? [the crowd is eager for news]
Charles, when are you planning one of these "social events" in BC? I should be able to make that one.My language skills must really suck.
As far as changes ……
We’ve never charged a fee …… so no change there.
We have never required vehicle inspections …… so no change there.
We haven’t held a raffle or sought sponsors in a number of years ……. so no change there.
We have always encouraged a family environment ……. so no change there.
Its always been billed as a “social gathering“ …… so you guessed it, no change there.
** Any comparison to any other TLCA event can simply be chalked up as a coincidence and not intentional.
I don‘t know if anyone is still organizing it but for a while there was a “west” version of our 70 Series gathering. Perhaps it will start up again. In the mean time you’re are always welcome to join us.Charles, when are you planning one of these "social events" in BC? I should be able to make that one.