Tom & Elaine Nale
Made in the USA, New England Style
September 17 – October 10, 2006
Autumn always sparkles in New England. The air seems cleaner and crisper, the skies bluer and brighter, and the colors draw people from all over the country. That is why the decision was made to incorporate a tour based on seeing things made in the USA in New England during the fall foliage time.
Our travels will take us through five of the six New England States in which we have found manufacturing unique to each state. We will also enjoy some of the popular amenities and attractions of each state. We think you will enjoy this trip as you delight in the company of one another in the midst of the vibrant colors only New England can produce this time of year.
We have found some unique manufacturing plants to visit during this motorcade. Of course, as many of you may already be aware, we will not be visiting heavy industry. Since most insurance companies no longer cover the liability of people walking through the plants, some of our tours will be in protected areas with guides to explain the processes. As we discover things that are made here and visit shops and places of manufacture, we will be doing a lot of walking and, at times, standing while viewing manufacturing processes. Comfortable close-toed shoes (no sandals) on factory tours will be the order of the day.
Give Beverly a call in the club office to reserve your place today!
We will begin in Vermont, the second largest state in New England. Vermont is known for Green Mountains, maple
syrup, ski resorts, and beautiful clapboard villages.
we’ll have an opportunity to learn about Maple Sugarworks from the tapping of the trees to the finished products of syrup and candy.
24 motorcader | Winter 06