Yesterday morning, after cleaning up my ride a bit, I headed down south to Sugar Land Town Center for the Car Culture’s June meet hosted there. I wanted to get there earlier to park on the street close by, when I arrived, there was only one spot left in the strip. I parked my ride and made my way to the center, the meet was just starting.
There were still some cars pulling in as well as the sponsors and DJ still setting up. I gave it a few minutes to begin my coverage. I like to walk around in some sort of path so that I don’t skip any rides, or at least try to avoid skipping any. Everything was looking great. I did manage to snap a few photos of the other rides along the strip as well as some driving by.
With some rain in the forecast for the morning, and Houston’s recent streak of rain, I kept my eyes on the dark clouds hovering around the plaza. Luckily, there were only three brief instances of some light rain. The third small pour was packing a bit more rain than the first two patches. Some of us ended up huddling under covered areas, including Imperial Collisions booth where I ended up.
Back to the recent streak of rain of late, many of you know that many areas of Houston had some issues with flooding. This meet’s collection, in connection with Embrace Relief, was to help Houston flood victims. Another great event for a good cause.
Make sure to check out all the photos in The Car Culture June 2016 gallery.