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Newsletter 29 - April 2009

Newsletter 29 - April 2009

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Published by Alexander Mendoza
VISIT WWW.RCPTCRUISERCLUB.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS CRUISIN' CLUB AND WHAT WE DO THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. GOOD SHOW!
VISIT WWW.RCPTCRUISERCLUB.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS CRUISIN' CLUB AND WHAT WE DO THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. GOOD SHOW!

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RANCHO CUCAMONGA PT CRUISER CRUISIN’ CLUB
 APRIL 2009NEWSLETTER - ISSUE # 29INLAND EMPIRE - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
 
Even though it was raining hard wehad many people on the freewaygiving us the thumbs up as wecruised at about 60-65 mph. As wewere getting closer to the missionthe rain was still coming down. Weall knew that if the sun was out wewould have a great day at themission because the festivities onthis day included 40 vendors, food,music, the return of the swallows,Italian vendors of all sorts andmuch more. Recently talking withMike Savedra I learned that hisancestors were buried on themission grounds I really wanted tosee that.We arrived at the mission andthe rain stopped within thehour, the clouds disappearedand the sun came out. All youcould see was clear blue skiesand the day turned out to be just perfect. In fact I feltcomfortable just wearing ashirt throughout the day. Wedanced, ate, explored,shopped and enjoyed all of thefestivities that the mission hadgoing on.There were so many peoplewho came out to celebrate itwas sometimes difficult towalk around the missiongrounds. For lunch we walkedover about two blocks amongthe beautiful landscape brick
manicured buildings to Ruby’s
restaurant and had a fantasticluncheon. During lunch Robin joking mentioned to the waiter
that it was Tommy’s birthday,
so after the meal about 9 girlsand 2 guys came out with adelicious ice cream and cakedish with a lit candle on topand walked over to our table.Tommy not knowing anythingabout the surprise smiled asthey placed the dish on thetable and they started singing.He joined in with the singingnot knowing whose birthdaycelebration it was whileclapping in a circular motionmovement with both handsand smiling and singing alongand probably all the whiletrying to figure out whosebirthday he was singing to.After the song everyone waslaughing and wishing him ahappy birthday. Most clubmembers did not know that it
really wasn’t his birthday. We
had a good laugh and a goodtime and glad we made thislong trip for a great cruise tothe San Juan CapistranoMission. We ended the daywith the return cruise enjoyingthe beautiful scenery, freshblue skies and joking along theway via the 2-way radios.
Happy Birthday Tommy
 Sunday March 22 2009San Juan Capistrano Mission Cruise
 
Two weeks before this cruise Ichecked the 10 day forecast onweather.com and it was all sunshine.When I checked the forecast 1 weeklater it said rain on Sunday. No otherday predicted rain but Sunday March22. I knew it was going to rain buthoped that I could find someplaceelse to go by the time we met up tocruise on Sunday. I looked for analternative cruise but everything Ifound was an outside event and theindoor events cost too much moneyfor admission.Every day I would check the weatherbut it predicted bad weather. Rain60%, Winds at 23 mph for Sunday atSan Juan Capistrano. Sunday morningcame, it was cold and raining. When Iarrived at the meeting place therewere many pt cruisers there alreadyso I thought to myself to let themembership decide if they want to just cruise to the mission and then goand have some lunch if the rain didnot stop.The mission had a big celebrationevent going on and we had beenexcited about going. I asked themembership about going and they all
said yes, “let’s
 
go“. Maria stated that
if we were all here then it was meantfor us to go today on our cruise. With
that I said, “Let’s
 
cruise”. We all ran
to our pt cruisers in the rain andmade sure we had a direct line witheveryone through our 2-
way radio’s.
We enter the 15 south, and then the91 west, 55 south and finally the 5south to Ortega Highway as the rainwas pouring down cats and dogswhile driving. I was leading thecruisers and Tommy Dorsey wasbringing up the rear. When wechanged lanes we did it withprecision movement. I would radioTommy to give me cover and he
would then change lanes and the pt’s
moved over in unison one by onewith me being the last one to moveinto the lane.
Rancho Cucamonga PT Cruiser Cruisin’ Club
 ~ ~ ~ c l u b m e m b e r s ~ ~ ~* * * * *Alex Mendoza - Bad Dog Cruiser Alicia Mendoza - Kitty Cruiser Jim Guignard - Gold Cruiser Robin Brewer - Dolphin Cruiser Ray & Claudia Oviatt - Cruisin' Cruiser Dale & Silvia Brooks - Hyway Cruiser Jim Dekoker - Bears Cruiser Mike & Maria Savedra - Inferno Red Cruiser Tommy Dorsey - Old School Cruiser Edward G. Johnson - Candy Cruiser Ken & Laura Brownell - Ken's Cruiser Thomas & Mabel Johnson - TJ's Cruiser Tom Judkins - Convertible Cruiser Frank & Lucy Carrillo - God Mothers Cruiser Barry & Debbie Scott - Silver Ghost Cruiser Hollywood(Ken)&Vine(Barb) - Freedom Cruiser 
A CRUISE IS A BRIEF PERIOD IN TIME FOR MEMORIES.WE AT RCPTCCC WILL ALWAYS CHERISH EVERY CRUISE.CLUB CRUISES ARE FUN & YOU MEET A LOT OF PEOPLE.
 
 
Join This ClubA $25.00 One Time Lifetime FeeCruisin' Club Membership I.D. Card $5.00Password Code Access To Club Info. Your Name On The Club Web SiteMonthly Newsletter Cruise UpdatesWWW.RCPTCRUISERCLUB.COM
 
 
3
rd
AnnualRancho Cucamonga PT Cruiser Cruisin' Club& Classic Car Show 4th Of July Celebration~~~ July 5 2009 - Sunday ~~~11 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.Roll-In Time: 10:00 A.M.Event Location
:
Burger Town USA760 No. Archibald Ave - OntarioOn Site Registration Fee
-
$8.00 - All Vehicles.$3.00 Discount With Any Kind Of Car Club I.D Card.Best 4th Of July 2009 Celebration Patriotic Cruiser 1
st:
24`` 2
nd:
36`` 3
rd:
48`` TrophyPatriotic Trophy Sponsor James Dekoker Plus
“PT Cruiser Of The Year” ™
For 2009 and more!Sponsor Alexander MendozaOpen To All Cars & TrucksDirectionsFrom The San Bernardino Freeway (I-10)Exit On Archibald Ave (In Ontario)And Go North 1 Block - Right Side.
 
Music, Raffles, 50/50, Contests & Games.
 
Things To Bring Along:
 
Ez-Up, Water, Chairs, Hat,Decorations for the Cruiser. Red, White & Blue Theme.Streamers, Bells, Patriotic Decorations, Etc.
CLUB CRUISES FOR 2009
DOODAH PARADEPALM SPRINGS AIR MUSEUM70TH ANNUAL LINCOLN PILGRIMAGE PARADEPARADE HAS BEEN CANCELLED
 
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RAIN.PLAN B
 
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CRUISE TOTHE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
 
MUSEUMDR GEORGE CANCER FOUNDATION CAR SHOWDATE FESTIVAL & COUNTRY FAIR PARADEDESERT HOT SPRINGS 4TH ANNUAL CAR SHOWSAN JUAN CAPRISTRANO MISSIONA SALUTE TO VETERANS PARADETHE FLOWER FIELDSUSS MIDWAY AIRCRAFT MUSEUMTEMECULA VALLEY BALLOON & WINE FESTIVALEL PUEBLO DE LOS ANGELES HISTORIC PARK3RD ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATIONRCPTCCC CAR SHOWMARCH FIELD AIR MUSEUMCRUISIN' CLUB PICNIC BBQL. A. COUNTY ARBORETUM & BOTANIC GARDENBOWLING PARTY EVENT EXHIBITIONPECHANGA RESORT & CASINOTHE LIVING DESERTMINIATURE GOLF PARTY EVENT EXHIBITONCALICO GHOST TOWNTROPICANA CASINO CAR SHOW - LAUGHLINKNOTTS BERRY FARMCHINO PLANES OF FAME AIR MUSEUMCHRISTMAS LUNCHEON AT TOMS FARMSALEX MENDOZA - (909) 483-8125 
 
SALTON SEA IS SWARMING WITH DATA ONEARTHQUAKE BEHAVIOR AFTERSHOCKS UNDER WATCH
Nearly 200 earthquakes stir concern.San Bernardino County officials and scientist arekeeping a close eye on earthquake activity near the SaltonSea, where almost 200 small aftershocks have hit the area
since Tuesday’s March 24
th
4.8 magnitude temblor.The 4:55 a.m. quake centered in an ImperialCounty community called Bombay Beach shook near asection of the San Andreas Fault that has not broken loose inmore than 300 years. It jolted areas as far away as PalmSprings and Hemet.
It’s one of the great mysteries of 
Southern California seismology. Every couple of years, theremote desert area around the Salton Sea is shaken byswarms of small to moderate earthquakes that often lastseveral days.The swarms returned this week, with the arearecording more than 200 temblors since Saturday March 21
st
 including several that were felt Wednesday. But this time,scientists had sophisticated instruments in the ground torecord the activity, helping them to better understand theswarms and how they can affect seismic risk elsewhere.Scientists have noticed that the quakes appear to have a
pattern, moving southeast as the day’s progress. But a
bigger question remains: Can the quakes trigger larger andpotentially more destructive quakes along the San AndreasFault, which terminates at the shore of the Salton Sea? A creep meter on the San Andreas Fault just north of the Salton Sea area, operated by the University of Colorado,found a 0.002 inch slip on the fault right after the largestearthquake in the swarm - a magnitude 4.8 on Tuesday.
“It definitely
helps to prepare yourself and your
family as much as possible,” said Megan Blaney,
spokeswomen for the county Fire Department Office of Emergency Services.The county received information from theCalifornia Earthquake Prediction Evaluation Council thatthere is a 1 percent to 5 percent chance of a 7.0 magnitude orgreater earthquake on the San Andreas Fault over the nextfew days.Of the dozen of aftershocks, about 10 measured at3.0 or higher, including a 3.7 at 12:59 p.m. and a 3.6 at 12:51a.m. on Wednesday March 25
th
. In 1967, a 6.2 magnitudequake caused a 6.0 in the Imperial Valley, said Caltechseismologist Kate Hutton.
But, she said, it’s hard to know what these smaller
earthquakes will do.
“We really don’t know how to estimate
that probabi
lity,” she said. “It’s a significant chance, butit’s not a huge chance.”
 San Bernardino County of Emergency Servicesofficials urged residents to use the opportunity to makepreparations such as assembling emergency supplies andformulating a family disaster plan.
“Ideally, people will have an emergency supply kit
at home, in the car and the office because no one knows
when or where the disaster is going to hit,” Blaney said.
 County officials recommended keeping three days of foodand water, along with other items such as first-aid kits andflashlights with the batteries.
 
 
PHONE BOOTHRECOMMENDED FOR FAVORITEMOVIE TO WATCH2003 - COLOR - 81 MINUTES WIDESCREEN - FULLSCREENREVIEWOne man's life is thrown into turmoilby picking up a telephone in thisclaustrophobic thriller. Stu Shepard(Colin Farrell)is a brash, cynical, andself-centered public relations manwho juggles a busy career with both awife, Kelly(Radha Mitchell), and amistress, Pamela(Katie Holmes). Stusteps into a phone booth on a busy New York street to make a call to Pamelawithout Kelly being the wiser, but assoon as Stu hangs up, the phone beginsto ring. Curious, Stu picks it up -- and astranger on the other end (voice of Kiefer Sutherland)informs him that if he hangs up the phone, he'll be shot.The red dot of an infrared rifle scopeconvinces Stu that the caller meansbusiness, and when another man triesto make his way into the booth, he'sshot mere inches from Stu, calling theattention of the police. Captain Ramey(Forest Whitaker)naturally assumesthat Stu was the killer, as Stu strugglesto find a way to convince the police of what's happening before more livesare lost, without leaving the booth andputting his own life on the line.Phone Boothwas directed by Joel Schumacher,from a screenplayby exploitation iconLarry Cohen. Starring: Colin Farrell andKiefer Sutherland.Director: Joel Schumacher.Theatrical MPAA Rating: R.Category: Mystery & Suspense.REVIEW COUTESY OFRANCHO CUCAMONGA
PT CRUISER CRUISIN’ CLUB
THIS MOVIE IS ONE OF THE BEST
MARIA SAVEDRA WAS CHOOSEN FOR THE APRIL 2009 NEWSLETTEREMAIL YOUR CHOICE FOR
CLUB MEMBER OF THE MONTH
FOR MAY 2009!

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