Having finally made it home to a couch, I can barely keep my eyes open. I know the feeling is shared amongst many of my fellow driving friends, as we all sit at home unwinding from the weekend’s adventures. Whether it’s finding a spot in the garage for a newly received award, an assessment of […]
We awoke this morning to sunshine, and the promise of fantastic road ahead. The driver’s meeting covered the usual items; yellow-cards, lunch options, and (new for 2017 it seems) the alternate route which had been prepared for the washed-out highway. Our original plan was to take the group along a CCA favourite, highway 8 from […]
Gathering in Squamish this morning, the air was filled with anticipation, the joy of seeing old friends again and the excitement for the start of the 2017 Hagerty Spring Thaw. Usually the organizers are greeting our guests, enjoying a coffee and checking out the wonderful cars that appear in the parking lot. This year, however, […]
The entry form for the 2017 Hagerty Spring Thaw is now posted, and entries officially open at 10am PST. You can find the entry forms by going to the Hagerty Spring Thaw information page. We’re looking forward to watching the entry list grow, and seeing all our classic car friends once again.
Wahoo! The 2017 Hagerty Spring Thaw supp-regs document has been uploaded! Inside you’ll find all the information you need for the 2017 Hagerty Spring Thaw, which will be held from May 5th to 7th 2017. Head to the event information page to download the 2017 documents. As per previous years, applications are accepted via mail, courier […]
Following a frosty night in Nelson, we met for our third Driver’s meeting in basked in warmth and sunshine. Day three promised to be a fantastic day of driving as the group trekked from Nelson over to Osoyoos for our finish. Despite being our shortest day of driving, it was not without challenges. The route […]
With but a few hours sleep, the alarm was going off to begin day two of the Hagerty Spring Thaw. Problem though, was it the correct alarm or the other alarm? The event, you see, had traveled from the Pacific time zone into the Mountain Time zone, but just for the night. The route book […]