Our annual Cruising with the Classics fall drive was a chilly one this year. With temps in the low 40s, it was brisk to say the least. That didn’t stop our Cruising the Ozarks family from getting out for a morning drive. We met at Hobbs State Park and spent some time catching up with old friends, making new acquaintances and checking out some cool rides. This year, we opted to invite any vehicle 1999 and older to join us for our drive. It’s odd looking at a 1990 Chrysler Conquest as a classic but nevertheless, it is.
With nearly 20 classic cars & pickups in our caravan, we hit the road. Some of the trees in the Ozarks have begun to change. There was some fog in the low-lying areas that looked magnificent with the sun gleaming across the sky. My favorite stop was at “The Little Golden Gate Bridge” in Beaver. If you haven’t been to Beaver before, you should make plans to check it out. This one lane suspension bridge is a one-of-a-kind bridge in our area and makes for a great backdrop for photos.
On behalf of all members of the board for Cruising the Ozarks, I want to thank each and every one of you who attended to make our 4th annual Cruising with the Classics a success. We also want to thank the staff at the Rowdy Beaver Restaurant & Tavern for great food and superb service.
Please check out our photo album from this event and feel free to share your own! We hope you had a great time and we’re already looking forward to 2024 for our 5th annual Cruising with the Classics!
Community Outreach Director, Cruising the Ozarks