2010 Canadian Rodder Points West Tour

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2010 Canadian Rodder Points West Tour

Jellybean AutoCrafters was honoured by having the 2010 Canadian Rodder Points West Tour stop by our shop as they passed through town.The tour which was sponsored in part by A&W Restaurants started in Lethbridge Alberta but it had participants who drove from as far as Ontario to join the tour. The first stop was at The Rod Shop in Calgary and went along the #1 Highway through all the towns making a few stops here and there. One of the "unofficial" stops was at the Elvis Cafe just west of Hells Gate. The roads along the way were beautiful, the cars were amazing and the people were great.As is typical on a long tour such as this, there is a breakdown here and there so when a car had a hiccup, others were there to help & get it going again. The tour stopped in at the Jellybean AutoCrafters Shop & then off to the ferry headed for Victoria. Once on Vancouver Island we met many other cars that came from as far away as California who came for the Deuce Days Show which finished off the tour beautifully.All in all we met a bunch of great people, saw some beautiful cars & and had the time of our lives.