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 Trekking With Stew &
by the Continental Army during the Revolu- tionary War. The last time the Club trekked here we had over 70 people in more than 35 Porsches. You can rest assured we will be leading you on some great roads while mak- ing the route a little different from the last time we trekked here.
Part two of this trek is optional and will be a return to the Crystal Springs Resort & Spa in the picturesque mountains of Northwestern New Jersey. There we will be staying in Luxury one bedroom suites in their Grand Cascades Lodge. Each suite has a full kitchen, living room with fireplace and deck and a separate bedroom. Everybody who attended this trek last time loved the resort and accommoda- tions. There are multiple indoor and outdoor swimming pools, golf courses, basketball and tennis courts as well as full spa facilities. The cost for this add on will be $400 per couple based on double occupancy and includes a full breakfast buffet on Sunday morning and all taxes and gratuities. That is providing we take a minimum of 10 rooms; and we should be able to do that. Since we will be eating a big lunch at Chateau Hathorn I doubt that we will be hungry for a big dinner but there are several dining options both at the resort and the nearby town. I thought perhaps we would take some tables in the lounge for drinks and a light bite later in the evening for those who want.
This last day trek/overnight will probably be the last event we put on for the year so if you want to squeeze one more trek in for the sea- son or your calendar has not permitted you to participate so far this year, here is your chance. It’s going to be a blast. See the flyer in this issue of The Post and register as soon as you can. It would be really helpful to let us know if you plan on attending the overnight so we can plan accordingly. Sue and I look forward to trekking with you soon.
by Stew and Sue Teichman
Next weekend is our trek to the White Horse in Connecticut. We have finalized the route and both Sue and I think everyone will enjoy all of the beautiful roads and scenery. And, after eating at the restaurant several times, we both agree that the White Horse will be a worthy destination. It’s all shaping up to be a great trek. Even the weather appears to be drying out for the event and we have now perfected the Ride With GPS app with turn by turn voice directions for use on this and all future treks.
Now it is time to let you know about our next trek. It will be on Saturday, October 20th. We are going to format it like we did the last trek of the 2015 season. We are going to run our typical day trek but also offer the option of an overnight to those who would like to continue on and enjoy the rest of the weekend with the club. Both components are things we have done before and have proven to be amongst the most enjoyed events Sue and I have ever put together.
Part one will be a trek to Chateau Hathorn in Warwick, New York. This restaurant is in a historic old mansion dating back to 1832 and was previously owned by a Civil War Militia General. It stands on a road utilized

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