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BPCDubs Presents » Chuckanut Cruise - May 8, 2010

crabpot

Awesomesauce
Location
Kirkland, WA


Where: Cruise to Bellingham from Lynnwood via Chuckanut Drive
When: May 8, 2010 at 10:00 am
Why: To enjoy a cruise with fellow European car enthusiasts and to support Northwest Harvest.
Who: All European car enthusiasts

This is the 2nd Annual Chuckanut Cruise brought to you by BPCDubs and sponsoring Northwest Harvest. If you’ve never made this drive before, it is absolutely fantastic. Forests and trees on one side of the road, and the sound on the other side. It’s a very scenic drive with amazing photo opportunities through twisties.

In 2009, the first year of this cruise we had over 55 cars in attendance and collected almost 400 pounds of food for Northwest Harvest.

Where to meet:
Lynnwood Park & Ride
164th St SW & Ash Way, Lynnwood, WA

Map:


We will be meeting at this park and ride because it is convenient for people coming from either 405 or I5. We will have people available to help guide vehicles to the appropriate section of the Park & Ride, this is the same meeting spot as the Tuesday Lynnwood GTG. :thumbsup:

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION**
1. Have a full tank of gas upon arriving at the Lynnwood P&R
2. Make sure you have used the restroom, we won't stop until we get to the The Weblocker Restaurant in Bellingham
3. Make sure you have printed out a copy of the map and directions so that you are familiar with the route in case you are separated.

When:
We will be meeting at 10am at the Park and Ride and will be leaving promptly at 10:30am. This will give people some time to hang out, chit chat, ogle other people’s cars, and hit the road.

Donations:
We will be taking donations for Northwest Harvest as a part of this cruise, every vehicle in attendance should bring 4 cans of food to donate to Northwest Harvest.

Northwest Harvest is a local non-profit organization that collects food and provides it for free to local food banks and meal programs throughout the state.

You can find out more about the organization here:
http://www.northwestharvest.or...e.htm

Suggested donation items:

General food items:
Oatmeal
Whole grain pastas
Brown rice
Tomato products
Canned peas
Canned pears and peaches, especially with low sugar (but not artificial sweeteners)
Canned tuna
Canned chicken and turkey
Shelf-stable milk
Beef stew, chili and similar meals with low sugar and saturated fats

Infant and baby foods:
Baby formula
Canned milk
Infant cereal
Jars of baby food
Powdered or canned milk
We also accept baby diapers

Route from the Lynnwood Park & Ride to Bellingham, leaving at 10:30am:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=...&z=15

There are no planned group stops along the way, there are very few stopping points once you get off I5 and on to Chuckanut Drive.

12:30 - 1:00pm: ** 1st Stopping Point: Lunch at The Weblocker Restaurant **

Arrive in downtown Bellingham via N. Forest St.

Meet at:
The Weblocker Restaurant
734 Coho Way
Bellingham, WA 98225

They have delicious burgers and sandwiches, fish and chips. Etc. This is tstmstr's restaurant. :thumbup:

People are welcome to have lunch wherever they please, but this will be our first stopping point. If you would like to eat somewhere else, just meet the group at our final destination at Larrabee State Park.


3:00pm: ** 2nd Stopping Point: Larrabee State Park **

Address:
245 Chuckanut Drive
Bellingham, WA 98229

Map:
http://www.parks.wa.gov/parks/...p.pdf

Once we arrive at Larrabee Park we will have the opportunity to take pictures, hang out, and enjoy the awesome PNW European car enthusiast community! There is a beach just a short walk away, so grab a frisbee to throw around. At this point in the day, people can hang out as long as they want and depart when they wish. You can either take Chuckanut Road back to the Seattle area, or hop on I5 for a quicker drive home.

The route that we currently have planned is 80 miles each way from Lynnwood to Bellingham.

Now that all of the fun informational stuff has been addressed, the serious stuff needs to be discussed.

**SAFETY, SAFETY, SAFETY!!!**

This is without a doubt our #1 concern.

We all will be driving as a group, and as a group, we all represent the European car enthusiast community. No one is to do any burn-outs, illegal lane changes, or passing on the shoulder. Everyone needs to keep their speed under control and make sure that they are not following cars in front of them too closely, whether they are with our group or not. SAFETY is paramount; do not drive like an idiot! We will not hesitate to call the police on any vehicles who are not driving in a safe manner.

Please make sure that you are allowing other vehicles that are not part of our cruise to merge onto the highway. You don’t need to worry about being separated from the rest of the group. It is extremely unsafe to do this and we are not in a race to get to our destination, it’s called a cruise for a reason. Drive respectfully, safely, and courteously to everyone around you.

This thread will be modified as we make updates or clarifications.

Stay tuned for more BPCDubs cruises and events in the future. :thumbsup:
 

ENRGZR

Keeps Going and Going...
Location
Anchorage, Ak
Car(s)
Rabbit
So, I can't be part of your cool club, but i can give you my food?:thumbdown::thumbdown:

Just playing. Let me know if I can donate anything...
 

treedub

Oversight
Location
PNW
Car(s)
MKV R32
Old cars need love too.. more than new ones even.

 

VDubVirus

Euro-Elitist Moderator
Location
South Sound, WA
Car(s)
2012 A3 S-Line 2.0T
Mmmm..... I think I just found my "new" car. Waiting to get an email back to hear if it's available. Let's just say.... Dark Grey 6-speed quattro nomyness.
 

JimmyT

Redneck Engineer
Location
Left Side
Car(s)
2011 135i
I'll show up for this one, but don't know if I will bring the R or the Avant....
 

JimmyT

Redneck Engineer
Location
Left Side
Car(s)
2011 135i
Wife bought a 2003 a4 avant while i was playing army in Iraq!!!!
 
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