We’re on for our tour of the Simeone Museum. If you are not familiar with it, go here: Simeone Museum It’s pretty amazing and even more amazing when you find out that it used to be located in a nondescript parking garage in south Philadelphia, before it moved to its current location.
The tour will be Saturday, February 12th at 10:30am, so plan to arrive a little earlier. A DVAROC member, who is a docent at the museum, will give us a tour. Expect it to last two hours, or more – there are a lot of cars! Cost for the event will be about $15/person, depending on how many we get.
Depending on interest, and turnout, we might stop by a local restaurant for a late lunch.
If you are interested in coming, please RSVP by February 4th, by email.
I hope to see you at this special event.
Nordic Alfa Inspiration
On these cold, short days, you might find yourself looking for some diversion. That is, if you don’t have a heated garage. If you ever wondered what Norwegian Alfa enthusiasts do in the winter (who doesn’t?), then check out this article: Spiders to the Arctic Circle It’s… ahem.. inspirational (?)…. though my lovely wife gave me “the look” when I suggested we do something similar. Here’s a shot from the article: