On Sunday, August 19, the Green Mountain Region of the PCA held a rally around the Cambridge area in Vermont. The weather was perfect, the roads were perfect, the scenic route was perfect, the organizers were perfect, the participants were perfect, the food was perfect, our result (seventh place) wasn't perfect, but we had just as much fun as anyone else and finished in the top half. We only got lost once, which seemed to be about average. The rally became known as the, "Cambridge Clover Leaf," because the participants were given routes that shared the initial 'stem' of the clover, but then they diverged into three varying loops, hence the clover leaf. No car went upside down, hardly any parts fell off, nobody wound up in jail, there were fun trivia questions to be answered about things along the road. It was a nice event. It's a lot of work to stage a rally. This one was sponsored by Bill Hayman, along with an army of volunteers who did everything from help discover potential routes, to doing the timing, to fetching the food. It would not have happened without the team. Next year a rally will not happen without new volunteers pitching in to discover venues, map them out, etc., etc., etc. Any ideas for a location? More photos to follow.