On Saturday, May 7 a small group (5 cars, 10 people) of adventurous Plateau Corvette Club members dodged the raindrops in search of the sunshine as we made our way along some curvy Tennessee backroads in route to Lake Cumberland State Park, where we enjoyed a delicious lunch and beautiful scenery despite the clouds! The rain eventually stopped and everyone had a smile on their face as we hit the switchbacks and cruised through the curves.  After lunch, we made our way to  US 127 where some headed for home and others made the stop at the Cumberland Mountain General Store for ice cream, of course!  All in all, it was a fantastic day behind the wheel sharing great times with great friends!

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for a fun Drive!!

What Curved Road!!

Following the meeting on Thursday, May 5th  49 of our members toured the Crossville Model Train Club Display set up in the Mall.  With over 4500 square feet in operating layouts of 5 different gauges with realistic scenery to match the gauges, scavenger hunts and buttons to press on the displays to “make things happen”, it would be easy to spend an hour or two to see everything.  (LOTS of different sizes of trains and tracks!!)  It was very interesting, informative and entertaining!  – hosted by Sam along with several other volunteer train club members present to help answer questions and assist with the tour.   It was very informative and entertaining!

Thanks to Sam for the tour and Kathy for the write up and pictures!!

Lights Out Display

On Friday April 29th 7 Corvettes carrying 13 Plateau Corvette Club Members travelled curvy, scenic back roads under beautiful skies to Bowling Green, Kentucky. Sunshine and blue skies were with us most of the day except for about 5 minutes of rain after our “stretch your legs” rest and bathroom break. They stopped for lunch at Rafferty’s – touted as the #1 restaurant in the Bowling Green area.

 They were present for the presentation of proceeds of the Kentucky 1 lap to both the Museum and Trooper Island.  This year’s proceeds totaled $79,000.00 – which will be split 50/50 between the Museum and Trooper Island.  Trooper Jonathon Biven was present, along with his Commander, to receive Trooper Island’s portion of the proceeds. 

Thanks to Roger and Kathy for a fun drive!!

New Z06

Wednesday April 27th Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Knoxville and Farragat Tennessee where they toured Dogwoods and Azaleas in full bloom. After the tour they had lunch at Tavern on the Lake.

Thanks to John and Reggie for a great tour!

April 23,2022 the Plateau Corvette members held their Spring picnic in Fairfield Glade, TN. It was a Pot Luck dinner with plenty of delicious food and desserts. A Corn Hole Tournament was played and Champions were recognized.

Thanks to Coy and Kathy for organizing a fun picnic.

Corn Hole Champions 2022

Friday April 22 the Plateau Corvette Club members escorted the MS Senior Tennessee contestants from their hotel to their banquet location, The parade of 26 Corvettes with a police escort drove up Peavine Road to the Crossville Shooters Club where they were met by Marines that then escorted them to the banquet room. Saturday Night a new MS Senior for 2022 was crowned, MS Margo Morrison Jacobs

Thank You to all the Volunteer Drivers and those who took the pictures

Drivers getting instructions from a Police Officer

On Wednesday, April 20, 2022 John and Reggie led 15 members of our club driving 8 Corvettes, (we were also joined by members of East Tennessee Corvette Club for this Event) on a beautiful ride to Fort Loudon State Park where they toured and learned about the history of the Fort.  They also visited the Sequoya Birthplace Museum and had an excellent lunch at Pizzeria Ventes. Visit https://fortloudoun.com/

Thanks to John and Reggie for a interesting trip Thanks to John and Laurie for the photos

Monday February 28th several Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Farragut TN to visit the Admiral Farragut Museum and the Farragut City museum. They toured a treasure chest of artifacts and photographs which tell the history of the Farragut and Concord communities. The museum preserves the heritage of this historical community and includes a collection Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, first admiral of the U.S. Navy and Civil War hero.

After the tour they continued on to Turkey Creek for lunch at O Charleys restaurant. After lunch another drive home on Route 70.

Thanks to John and Reggie for a fun day.

Tuesday Feb 15, 2022 Plateau Corvette Club members drove to Fall Creek Falls and had lunch in the new Lodge restaurant. Along the way they drove some interesting curvy roads with great scenery.

Thanks to John for a fun drive!