As the cool weather keeps creeping in, chrome-clad cruisers keep carrying on at Taillight Tuesday.
Once again, the Living Sky Casino was jam-packed with lifted pickups, lowered street cars, and everything in between.
Even as the season for car shows is waning, the interest seems to only be growing for the weekly Show n' Shine. The show was so full last night, that it started to spill over into the the regular region of the parking lot.
For Corey Schultz, a member of the host Rogue Cruisers, the continued love from the car community for the event is heartwarming, and a tad inspiring.
"We had a phenomenal turnout with lots of people and a lot of new cars," said Schultz. "If you haven't been able to come down here and see this yet, it's pretty impressive."
Schultz and the other members of the Rogue Cruisers have put their heads together and generated a plan to bring everything to a new level on September 19.
The show will feature more parking space, with the Living Sky Casino having agreed to expand their zone. Various businesses have come on board to offer some prizes and sponsor some other things that the Rogue Cruisers have yet to reveal.
"It's going to be fun," offered Schultz. "It's getting a little darker a little sooner and a little cooler, so make sure you bring your hoodie or your jacket. Come and enjoy the night."
The 19 will not be the final show of the season, but it may very well be the biggest.
Taillight Tuesdays aims to keep the show going so long as there is space, cars, and interest. Schultz reckons they will go until the snow comes down, as that is typically when all project cars go into hibernation for the year.
That being said, Schultz reckons there may be some ideas for ways to meet up even in the downtime.
"Maybe it'll be a wing night somewhere," said Schultz. "Maybe we can talk to the guys at the Living Sky Casino here into doing some wings on a Tuesday? Maybe we go somewhere and visit and just join up in a group? I think that would be fun."
Either way, the first show of September was a big success, with many faces lighting up as they took in their favourite rides, and talked with each other about maintaining, upgrading, or even just the fun of rolling down the highway.
Taillight Tuesday will be on again next week, and as always will be free to enter, and free to attend. The show starts at 6:30 p.m., and runs until it gets dark out or when everyone leaves.
"It's the crew," attributed Schultz. "The crew we got out here is unreal and just more and more people just keep coming and turning up and wanting to be a part of it. It's impressive."