Road trips are about the travelling, and not necessarily about the destination.
We’ll cover some interesting drives, from local day-trips to multi-day excursions into the wilder parts of Canada and abroad. This is an interactive ring your own road trip ideas or stories. We hope this will inspire you to get behind the wheel of your Saab (even if just in your imagniation) and take some routes less-traveled.
Date: Wednesday September 19th
Time: 7:30 pm
Speaker: Ed Treijs
Venue: eZone – 120 North Queen St. Toronto, Ontario M8Z 2E2 (theezone.ca)
On Sunday September 30th meet at Tim Hortons the south end of Bolton (Hwy 50) at 10:00 am. The tour will be of the “Roof of Southern Ontario” with a tour of the Creemore Brewery. Bring a picnic lunch and clothing suitable for the weather. All welcome!
Many thanks to Rick and Lynn for hosting a wonderful day on Georgian Bay! Fourteen members and family were able to attend. Later in the day the sky started to turn grey, however the water was warm, the food excellent and the company was superb!
Check out this pic of Rick and Lynn’s dock!
Date and Time: Wednesday August 15th, 7:30pm start
Location: ezone (www.theezone.ca)
120 North Queen Street (between Dundas and the Queensway), 416-252-8300
Saab Club members and their families are invited to a barbecue at Victoria Harbour on Georgian Bay. This is at Rick Clayton’s place on “Sunset Beach”. Join in for a day of sun, swimming, food, and relaxation.
Date: Sunday August 19th
Time: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm
RSVP to 416-783-9194 or email@example.com so we can plan food purchases. Please indicate the number of adults and children who plan to come and food preferences/avoidances, if any.
Note that our beach is pebbles and rocks, so water shoes are mandatory. We have several sizes available, or you could bring an old pair of runners that can go home wet. Please bring your own towel. Sunscreen is recommended.
Directions – North on 400 Hwy past the 11/69 split at Barrie to #12 West (Exit 147) towards Midland. Exit at Park St. to Victoria Harbour (8km). Follow Park St. past the “Y” straight on to Robins Point Road (2km), turn right and proceed to #150 on the left (1km). This is about 1.5 hours from Toronto.