The 2020 Oct. 4 Cruise was a roundtrip tour that took in Cromer, and then Elkhorn.
The southwest corner of Manitoba is home to a world class auto museum, so it’s no surprise that Saskatchewan’s Cornerstone Cruisers would make Elkhorn their lunch stop-over.
From the earliest motorized vehicles to the classics of a few decades ago, show and shine enthusiasts had them polished for this fall cruise before it’s time to mothball these unique autos for the winter.
Cornerstone Cruisers Corp. was formed seven years ago with the motto: "dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and appreciation of past, present, and future.”
It’s a little later this year, but this annual event begins and ends at Kenosee, Sask. with vintage vehicles touring communities along the way. From Kenosee they drove to the Saskatchewan towns of Carlyle, Redvers, then to Manitoba at Cromer and Elkhorn, before heading back to Moosomin, Whitewood and the muster point at Kenosee.