What a great day! The Souper Sunday run was hosted by John and Becky Taft. Although, the weather was a bit windy and rainy, we had 13 cars attending -- a good turnout for our first run of the year. The group left Burlington Edison High School and headed out to the Edison Bakery. After buying some very delicious breads and cookies, we headed to the Skagit Valley Gardens. As we headed to the Gardens, the snow geese and swans really gave us a show. They were beautiful and there were hundreds of them showing off. After stopping at the Skagit Gardens and viewing all their beautiful garden accessories, we found our way back up to Becky and John’s home in Sedro Woolley. They really outdid themselves. They made homemade Clam Chowder and Vegetable soup with fresh bread from the Edison Bakery. They had prepared BBQ meatballs, cheese and plates, Apple Crisp and Bread Pudding. I don’t think anyone went away hungry. Thank you John and Becky for opening your home to the club! It was a great day.
We had 13 cars with 25 people tour around Skagit Valley and back to John and Becky’s home for great soup. The stop in Edison was fun and the Garden Store was a great stop too.
We were able to hand over some toys and cash to the “Forgotten Children’s fund” for next Christmas.. a great day.
Thanks everyone for coming. And we all know, John has all the talent in the kitchen now...
We had Mark Cook a former member as a guest with his son.
First time cruisers were Darrell and Debbie Klineman from Bellingham. Also along for the ride were members ElRae, Susan, Dick and Dorothy, Randy and Janeen, Karl and Pat, Stan and Kathy, Lyle and Francie, Dave and Leslie, Tim and Kathy, Larry and Nancy, and Bill.
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