A friend of ours wrote this for their Club's Newsletter. I thought it was worth sharing! Hope you Enjoy!! END OF SUMMER By Bruce Barton, Neighborhood Cruisers, Stony Point, NY As the days grow shorter the weather becomes cooler, the sun sets earlier and the leaves begin to change with all their colors aglow. The animals begin to scurry to get ready for hibernation and the sound of the birds can be heard to the south as they head for warmer weather. Our hobby is governed by the seasons, our colors are aglow as we attempt to grab hold of the last light of summer, trying to be seen before the early sunsets and the cooler weather sends us to our garages. The sound of cars fading away much like the animals and birds fading away not to be heard from until the weather passes through its worst and finally breaks through to warmer days. Yes, our hobby, or better still, our enjoyment is strongly governed by the seasons that befall us, but we are fortunate, for unlike our valued and sheltered cars, we still venture out in all seasons staying in touch with all who are involved in their valued rides and this is what makes a car club. It is the people that bind together and not the cars, although they are what initially draw us together. So, to say the season is over? NOT TRUE as some believe, for there are so many reasons that it continues through out the year. Its obvious the reasons are the members of the club that care and there are many.