At 9am. Lou, in a red C7 convertible, led the group of 53 stellar Corvettes (and a couple of mongrels) around the dealership and out onto the 15 South, heading to San Diego. Rob and Daryl made an effort to do drive-by photos of as many cars and drivers as possible, although they don’t guarantee that everyone will look their best. We all ended up at Balboa Park and our destination, the San Diego Automotive Museum, at about 10 am and spent an hour or so checking out all the exhibits of cars, motorcycles and the JettVett, a hybrid of both. Then we adjourned to the upstairs meeting room for box lunches from the San Diego Catering Company – a variety of sandwiches, chips, cookies and fruit, with assorted drinks. The sandwiches were exceptional (especially the chicken salad on raisin bread – the opinion of everyone who tried it).