The inaugural U.S. Route 6 Providence to Provincetown Cruise Weekend on October 6 & 7 had exceptionally nice autumn weather despite many weather forecasters predicting gloom. Although that may have prevented some from chancing a 118 mile cruise to PTown, over 200 did show up at the Province Lands Visitor Center in Provincetown to claim their commemorative dash plaques provided courtesy of Factory Five Racing as well as a signed frameable certificate of participation from Bob Bramwell who was manning the PTown Rally Point with his wife Linda assisted by Ron Churchill. Massachusetts U.S. Route 6 Executive Director Don Doucette was blown away by the response for this first time cruise event which is attempting to place this beautiful stretch of highway on every auto enthusiast’s annual event calendar. Author Joe Hurley, who walked the entire length of Route 6 from Provincetown to Long Beach California and his wife Pat also made the cruise together, a first for them also, autographed copies of his newly released book, “10 Million Steps on Route 6”. There was one glitch with the Buzzards Bay RR Station Rally Point having to be scratched at the last minute due to a double booking issue, but Jeff Clark's West Barnstable RR Station Rally Point and the John Remedis & Patti Lloyd Centerville Visitor Center Rally Point coverage saved the day for us. If you missed this year’s cruise, it will happen again next year on the first weekend in October. And remember, “You’ll Get Twice the Kicks on Route 6”.