Another group of MMSCC members (plus two intrepid drivers who arrived a bit late but also were in attendance at the Southern Dustoff the previous day) met at the home of John and Diane Woodruff in Blue Hill for the Northern Dustoff. It had been a while since the club had traveled this ‘farthest north’ territory of our club. After a meet and greet the attendees mounted up and headed south on a pleasant drive down through Brooklin and stopping for lunch at the dock in the lovely seaside town of Castine.
In the interim, the southern members, Frank and George Silvestri, arrived a bit late from Harpswell to make the drive. Feeling sorry for us, hostess Diane, who had stayed behind on the drive took the late arrivals (after coffee) for lunch at a local Blue Hill establishment.
After lunch the group proceeded to a back parking lot of the lovely Ledges retirement community where Malcolm Purvis resides for some wine and cheese and socializing. And of course inspecting and admiring the interesting assortment of lovely sports cars that turned out for the event. Another fine day and traditional fun MMSCC event.