July 8th Plateau Corvette Club members embarked on a scenic, curvy ride through the mountains and hills of Tennessee, en route to the Stolen Coin Oyster Bar and Bistro in Gainesboro Tn. where they stopped for lunch before hitting the curves and enjoying the beautiful scenery as they made their way back home.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for leading!

Thanks for the photos.

Saturday July 2 Plateau Corvette Club members took an Adventure drive and tour of the Coke Ovens Museum in Dunlap TN. A few rain drops did not dampen their trip! The Museum’s mission is to preserve the region’s cultural resources and educate local citizens and visitors that their coal heritage was important to Dunlap and region. The museum’s goal is to collect and document the history of the mining operations and the old coke ovens throughout the Sequatchie Valley- extending from Alabama to Kentucky. Artifacts from other states related to coal mining are maintained and exhibited in the museum.

Thanks to John and Reggie for the tour .

Thanks to Dennis and Carol for leading the drive on some of the best back roads in Tennessee.

Vintage Oldsmobile!!

CLUB MEMBERS TRAVELED TO THE BRUSHY MOUNTAIN STATE PRISON FOR LUNCH THEN DROVE TO THE DEVILS TRIANGLE FOR A SCENIC DRIVE!! THEY THEN RETURNED HOME BY WAY OF ROUTE 70 

Thanks to John and Reggie for leading the drive!

Thanks John for the pictures.

THURSDAY JUNE 23rd PLATEAU CORVETTE CLUB MEMBERS DROVE DOWN GENESIS ROAD TO LILLY BLUFF PARK WITH A SHORT HIKE TO THE OVERLOOK, THEY THEN TOOK LOTS OF BACK ROADS TO CLARKRANGE, MONTERY AND LUNCH AT SPANKYS IN COOKEVILLE, THEY ENDED THE DAY WITH A COOL RIDE BACK HOME!

THANKS TO JOHN AND REGGIE FOR A FUN DRIVE!!

Thanks to Bob C for the photos.

On JUNE 16 Plateau Corvette Cub members drove the back roads to the Science and Energy Museum in Oakridge TN. After their tour they drove to Jackson Square and had lunch at Dean’s Restaurant and Bakery. After lunch they visited the K25 Museum which is on the grounds of the original K25 building where the Atomic Bomb was developed. Very interesting tour.

Thanks to John and Reggie for a great drive!

June 11th 2022 the Plateau Corvette Club held their 7th Annual Cruisin’ into Summer Cruise In, in Fairfield Glade Tennessee. There were over 130 Custom Cars, Trucks and Corvettes on display, as well as a Hula Dance demonstration, Corn Hole Games, DJ Music and a Bake Sale.

Thanks to Dom J for arranging the event. Thanks to our sponsors, Fairfield Glade, Zurich Homes, Dave Kirk Automotive and Rock Auto.com for their support. Thanks to Noelani and dancers for the Hula demonstration.

Photos by Pam S.

Drone photos by Steve Kraft

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Dom J presenting Peoples Choice Trophy to Robin George for his 1970 Jaguar.
After the Cruise In club members drove past club founder and charter President Coy Watsons home as he is recovering from a recent illness

Drive Photos by Connie I
Kathy and Coy Watson

June 4th several Plateau Corvette Club members attended the Fundraiser Car Show for the Girls Soccer Team. A Best of Show and People’s Choice Awards was presented to a Chevy pickup truck.

Future Corvette Owner
Future Truck Owner?
Peoples Choice Winner

June 3rd Plateau Corvette Club members went cruisin’ the curves, hills and valleys as they head to the Eastern portion of Tennessee – after some Dragon “slaying”  they then headed to a beautiful spot for lunch, Tapoco Tavern in Robbinsville, North Carolina. After lunch they again were hitting the curves and enjoying the beautiful views along the route back home, they even squeezed in an ice cream stop.

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for a fun drive

Thanks to Laurie for the Photos

Saturday May 28th Plateau Corvette Club members attended both the Crossville Downtown Cruise In and the Cruise In at Lake Tansi for Memorial Day weekend. Great weather and a large crowd was on hand at both events

Downtown Cruise In

Lake Tansi Event

Friday, May 13th was our first ever “Friday the 13th Hooky Cruise”  14 members in 8  Corvettes took the day off, left their work behind, and went out for a curvy cruise along some beautiful Tennessee roads while they played “hooky”.  It was a beautiful sunny day, and the roads didn’t let us down.  However, as we got to one of our favorite sections of curves along TN 108 (a really nice place to enjoy the road, if you know what I mean) we got behind a fully loaded logging truck who wouldn’t move over OR even do close to the speed limit!  It was the consensus of the group that the guy most likely didn’t have brakes and probably shouldn’t have even been out on the road!!!

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for a Great Drive!!