From the Editors

This has been a very busy few weeks for our loyal VMG gang. We have reports from the Scottish Games (just too late to make last month’s edition), the Nethercutt Museum Tour, the Pet Prescription Car Show, and two Tech Sessions! Thanks to all our reporters—Marie Thomas, Barbara Inskeep, Ron Wagner and Ken Thomas.
In addition, we have Rick Pullen’s Look-ing Back article and a technical note from Al Moss. And not to be overlooked, are our reg-ular officer’s reports; the Chairman’s From the Driver’s Seat, and the minutes of our General and Board meetings also from Ken, filling in for our Secretary, Doug Smith who is recuper-ating. John Seim keeps us posted on Other Club Events and meeting Programs and Tech Sessions.
GoF West 2019 is not far away. I hope you all have registered and booked your room. Plans for the trip over are well under way. Let Pat Gaston or myself know if you are planning to travel with the “group”. The plan is to leave early Sunday (5:00am-ish) and get to our overnight stop in Parker without having to bear the full brunt of the afternoon heat.
We are sorry to have been “missing in action” at the recent events. Time and energy have been in short supply of late. The doctors seem to have taken over our lives.; what with cataracts and dermatologist taking skin sam-ples,
But MG touring season is here and we hope to do better

Also, we would like to share our joy in our grandson, Aaron’s, graduation rom La Quin-ta High School. Not only was he selected as a nominee for Aztec of the year, he was singled out for the Principal’s award at the ceremony.
Our family celebrates with him.




Pete & Fran


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