Hey all, we didn’t have a normal meeting last week due to the weather but the world didn’t end. So… lets aim to try a replacement meeting this upcoming Wednesday.
Table reserved for 6:30 PM
Come join us as we tour the LeMay Marymount facility, the starting point from where LeMay Museum began.
The LeMay Collections at Marymount & The LeMay Private Garages Tour:
This will be a paid event by the club, so all are welcomed to join us for the tour.
Meet at the office entrance / gift shop at 9am, tour will start at 9:30am.
This is a 5 hour tour with a mid-point refueling (aka lunch) break in between. You can bring a lunch and eat at their facility, or you can head to Pacific Ave. and find something there, but you only have one hour for lunch after which, our tour will continue.
Our tour will include both the LeMay Collections at Marymount and the LeMay private garages. Remember, this is not the museum near the Tacoma Dome, this is Harald LeMays private grounds where his collection started.
This guided tour gives you an opportunity to see Harold LeMay’s private 300 vehicle Garage, loads of Americana, collectibles and one of a kind treasures. The private grounds are only available for viewing during these tours and the annual one-day open house. A truly unique opportunity. You can visit their website to learn more at https://www.lemaymarymount.org/
So bring a friend and come out with us for a full day tour and fun with ZCCW and friends.
The 2019 vintage racing season kicks off with three days at Pacific Raceways. Friday is a racers-only tune-up and novice day; Saturday and Sunday will see two full days of racing.
Saturday morning will see practice and qualifying sessions. Racing starts before noon and continues all day on Sunday.
This is the first time since last September the racers have been on the track so look for lots of action throughout the day, from the smallest formula cars to ground pounding Can-Am cars.
This year, it will be held down in the Portland area, which NW-Z is working on. They have a new facility that we may go to. So check back often to get all of the details. This is our opportunity to go down south, have some competitive and fun go kart racing, and hopefully we can bring the coveted Go-Kart Challenge trophy back home!!
Come and join us for a drive along the Columbia River Gorge!
(ZCCW / NWZ Club members and invited guests only!)
We will be leaving the Star Lake Park and Ride in Federal Way promptly at 7am. Make sure that you are ready to roll then, with a full tank of gas and an empty bladder! Bring walkie talkies set to Channel 1, subchannel 1.
Star Lake Park and Ride
27015 26th Ave. S.
Federal Way, Wash. 98063
I-5 N. or S. exit #147
The first leg of this drive is 152.9 miles; 2hrs.30min.
We will Leave Star Lake Park and Ride AT 7:00am, To arrive at the Camas IHOP / Fishers Landing Park and Ride by 10:30am to meet with Northwest Z Club members, and eat lunch.
ZERO YOUR ODOMETER BEFORE LEAVING STAR LAKE PARK AND RIDE.
Maytown Rest Area, Exit #95.
Exit Only Lane.
15min. Bathroom Break.
Leave Rest Area
15min. Bathroom Break.
Leave rest area.
At 139.0 Miles.
Take exit #7 towards Highway 205 S.
Merge onto Highway 205 S.
At 149.2 Miles.
Take exit 27 to Highway 14 E. towards Camas.
Stay In the Left Lane.
At 151.6 Miles.
Take Exit #8 to;
SE 164th Avenue.
At 152.5 Miles.
Take Left Turn at the Light onto SE 164th Avenue.
Stop #3. 152.9 Miles.
IHOP! 2900 SE 164th Ave, Vancouver, WA98683-9137
After breakfast, get fuel as needed and meet back at the Fisher’s Landing Park and Ride (just across the street from the gas stations) for a quick meet up with NWZ members and then be ready to leave at approx..12pm to continue with the drive.
We will use I-84 East and parts of Hwy. 30 on the way to The Bonneville Dam, The Dalles, and Cousin’s Country Inn.
Here is the route for departing IHOP / Fisher’s Landing on the way to the Bonneville Dam. We’ll get back on the freeway, going westbound.
2900 SE 164th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98683, United States
Depart SE 164th Ave toward SE Cascade Park Dr
Take ramp right for WA-14 W
At exit 6, take ramp right for I-205 South toward Salem
At exit 22, take ramp right for I-84 East / US-30 East toward The Dalles
Pass Shell on the right in 8.4 mi
At exit 40, take ramp right and follow signs for 40
Turn left onto Tanner Creek Rd
Bear right onto Dam Rd
Arrive at Dam Rd on the right
The last intersection is Bradford Island Rd
This year, on the way to the hotel, we’ll take a side trip to the Bonneville Dam and skip getting caught up in the tourist traps along the Falls roads on Highway 30. We’ll hang out at the Dam for restroom breaks and leg stretches. We’ll plan to get back on I-84 East after about an hour’s break.
We’ll then drive to the town of Mosier (Exit 69) and take Old Hwy 30 to the viewpoint at Rowena Crest for a photo op, if the parking spaces are available. In the past there have been many tourists parked there to prevent us from lining up our cars…We’ll see how that goes on Saturday, we may just drive through and continue to the Hotel if that’s the case.
Arriving at Cousin’s Country Inn, get checked in and get ready for a group dinner in the banquet room at 6:30pm.
Sunday Morning! Bring lots of water, sunscreen, walkie talkies, sunglasses, and food.
We‘ll leave the Hotel at 9am to meet up with other members of both Z Clubs. Be ready to depart the Museum grounds at approx. 10:30am to drive over to the Stonehenge Memorial for photo ops. We’ll hang at Stonehenge for an hour or so for photos, and then drive just down the road to The Loop Road entrance. Everyone drives to the top of The Loops Road for a quick meeting on road safety, before we start the driving on the hill.
Our club is getting an extraordinary deal on the Loop Road rental, so it’s IMPORTANT to make sure that we leave the Loops Road site cleaner than is was when we arrived. We need to pack out ALL of our trash for the day, and grab / pick up anything else that previous groups may have left. The Museum staff trusts us and appreciates how we take care of their area. They kindly welcome us back to drive every year. ;0)
We’ll stay at The Loops Road until everyone decides that they’ve had enough! That’s usually around 3:30 or so. This would conclude our Maryhill weekend.