Summer time means we're trying every way to beat the heat. Grab a burger or fried chicken and let's set off on an evening adventure.
Tejas hits the streets visiting every remaining moon tower in Austin. Erected in the late 1800s, they were a technological marvel for the time.
Of the 31 originally installed, 13 or 15 remain depending on what website you visit. Guess we shall see for ourselves! Possible stop for a beverage afterwards. Route coming soon
Come adopt a pet and maybe take home a 181 HP ND! Licking the car apparently doesn't increase your chance of winning as some members thought in years past. New strategy perhaps? Come donate to a good cause!!!!!
Meet up early...and let's go SHOPPING! OK, Miatas aren't exactly known for trunk space. Savvy shoppers will think hard and might even pay for shipping on an over sized treasure.
Prepare yourself for this antique mecca / flea market in the middle of nowhere! So much to see, you could spend a week here. Lunch options on site determined by the attendees.
I've also seen ridiculous cold fronts hit...so this event is tentative based on weather conditions.
Cool back roads plus a short stint on I-10 diving into Bluebonnet Miata Club's territory ending up at Whiskey Cake for lunch. Onsite bakery, craft food, and I dare you to try said namesake dessert. Attendees decide the return route to ATX. Spend the rest of the day exploring or head straight back? #voteformorecurveshere!
Back by popular demand; lunch at the Salt Lick in Driftwood followed by a visit to the Felps Ranch for an afternoon of brass flyng! Small arms fire first followed by rifle later in the afternoon.
Family friend John Lehman will again be supervising the event. Hope yall can make this one!