For the month of April, the Woodlands Car Club proceeded to host their monthly gathering as schedule on the first. Since it was also Easter Sunday, I wasn’t sure how the turnout would be and my family had plans for the afternoon. Initially, I wasn’t sure if I would be able to make it out or not. I ended up stopping by for a couple of hours to check it out regardless.
It was a warm Sunday morning, and since I was running on a schedule with not much time to waste, I began my coverage as soon as I arrive. My wife tagged along, she was looking forward to getting Starbucks and enjoying some of their coffee as we looked around. Unfortunately for her, they were closed. She walked around as I went through Market Street snapping photos of the rides. I didn’t completely rush through my coverage, with the fewer cars in attendance, I did spend a bit more time getting a few extra shots of some of the rides. There were a few rides out there that I have never seen before, which is always the exciting part of going to car events. Not knowing what to expect and seeing those rides that you may only see a few time. The Plymouth Barracuda was among one of my favorites our here but wasn’t the only one. There was actually more rides out here that I thought there would be. After some time, it was time to head out so I wrapped up my coverage.
This quarter started the collection for the Foundation for Autism Care, Education, and Services (FACES Autism) which supports and promotes ABA therapy, education, services and treatment for children with Autism and their families.
Even though there was a smaller attendance of rides, I still enjoyed my time during this event. You can see more photos in the Cars and Coffee for a Cause gallery.