June 20, 2020 we had our first outing since February due to the Covid-19 virus. I am sure threatening weather kept several away but we still had a good turn out for the event. The only Classic Thunderbird that made the trip was also the long-distant couple. Club members Frank and Cathy Stubbs drove down from New Castle, WA. Trish Crockett also drove her '57 Thunderbird to the starting location but left it there to carpool on the Quilt Barn Tour. This was a tour that would have been very difficult for a single person to make the trip, the tour brochure was a bit difficult to read. It would have been dangerous for a solo participant to attempt the tour. Washington County Visitors Bureau could certainly have made it more readable. Altogether we had 19 people start the tour, 17 of those completed it. One car of 2 decided to make it a wine tasting tour and did not join us at the end. We completed the tour at the home of Dennis and Mi-Suk Leedom in Aloha. Each car stopped at some point to pick up their own lunches, Dennis and Mi-Suk provided ice-cream bars for dessert. At the end Roger held a short business meeting where CTCI Region 3 Director Cathy Stubbs and former CTCI Director John Sailors filled in those present with the current state of confusion and mis-information from CTCI. In spite of threatening weather and a difficult to follow map it appeared that everyone had a good time. When Trish Crockett got back to the starting point to drive her '57 home it wouldn't start. A quick look found a loose wire on the starter solenoid. The problem was cured in a matter of seconds. Thanks to Dennis Leedom, Dave Van Winkle, and John Sailors for planning this event. Below are photos of all of the Quilt Block Barns, the photos were picked up from the Washington County website. Also several photos from the Leedom's home.