PTC Celebrates Holidays, Friendship
With Festive Holiday Trek to Zelienople
If the Porsche Touring Crew had to pick a quotation that described the flavor of their monthly luncheons, it might very well be: “I always felt that the great high privilege, relief, and comfort of friendship was that one had to explain nothing.” *
The Touring Crew has developed a reputation as a catalyst for developing solid, open friendships among P-Car aficionados, in part by welcoming new friends into the group’s events. So — with the spirit of this quote in mind, and the still-fresh memory of last December’s gathering, PTC has decided to return to the intimate holiday environment of the Log Cabin Inn in Zelienople on Tuesday, December 6th to close out a full year of PTC luncheons.
Located just a few miles North of the Zelie’s quaint shopping thoroughfare, the Log Cabin is always decked out for the holidays, complementing its already warm, rustic environment. The Cabin’s kitchen has added a juicy pork shank to its top sirloin, filet and hand cut ribeye Angus Beef menu, but also features a Burrito of the Day and a Havana Hero for less serious appetites. In addition, the venue offers a wide variety of calorie- and heart-conscious salads and lunch combinations. Of course, a full service bar – which includes the Cabin’s signature hot spiced cider — rounds out the food and drink offerings.
The Crew will convene in the Log Cabin’s newly-expanded parking lot on December 6th, between 11 and 11:30 am to meet old (and new) friends (and explain nothing [!]) – then move into our private room in the Log Cabin Inn.
The Porsche Touring Crew is a casual group within ARPCA. All PCA members and their guests are more than welcome to join in PTC events. For more information, contact Tom Mueller (email@example.com), or Wayne Desbrow (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*This quotation comes to us from Katherine Mansfield, a New Zealander, and one of the most highly recognized short story writers of the 20th Century. Mansfield is best known for her three collections — In a German Pension (1911), Bliss and Other Stories (1920) and The Garden Party and Other Stories (1922).