Who needs winding roads and bagels with schmear? We've got potholes, lake shores, and enough tube meats to sustain a small ice fishing shack for a whole winter. We argue about snow tires vs. AWD. We relish the 1st day of "nice" weather by driving with all the windows down, which is typically the first time it hits 50* in March (**** your palm trees). We drive our cars through hot summers and snowy winters, deal with some of the best and worst roads, have a wrenching "season," and do what we can to enjoy cars regardless of what this area of the country throws at us. The majority of US car makers were, and still are here, and there are remnants of the industry all over the area. What's going on around the Great Lakes? Are there any good fests? What kind of wrenching did you get done this weeekend? Did you drive 25 miles on straight roads to enjoy 2 miles of curvy roads?
Let's see what's going on in our neck of the country! Did you wrench this weekend? Any good roadtrips lately? Does anyone want to try to get some GTGs or cruises going? How do you enjoy the 5 months of nice weather per year?