It's coming quite late this time, but it's coming: The look back at the 5th Saab Rhön exit on September 16th, 09. Now that winter is here, the photos with bright skies are a real ray of hope!
The meeting point was at Fasanerie Castle in Eichenzell (near Fulda), from where the column of 20 vehicles set off towards the Rhön. There was 25 years of Saab history, starting from the 1985 Saab 90 through the classic 900, the 9000 and the most recent 9-5 NG - great!
5. Saab exit Rhön
Around 2⁄3 of the participants were “old acquaintances”, around 1⁄3 found their way to the Rhön exit, including 2 enthusiasts from Cologne – respect.
During the photo stop at Ebersburg, a participant noticed a massive loss of coolant in her 900 convertible; the wet footwell suggested the heating circuit.
Luckily, two mechanics were there, so the damage could be repaired on site – at least temporarily – and the journey could continue.
A short time later the column broke up in Poppenhausen/Rhön, but the roadmap also led the “lost sheep” safely to the Enzianhütte for lunch.
After refreshment, we went on a mini-hike up the Weiherberg, from which you have a sensational view of the entire Hessian Rhön.
The journey then continued through the beautiful landscape to the destination “Kleinsassen Art Station” (Link), where we ended the trip with coffee and cake.
Of course, there was also a small awards ceremony for special Saabs. Surprisingly, as the organizer, I received a certificate on the occasion of the 5th trip - thank you for that.
A big thank you also goes to Gunther, who captured almost all of the trips so beautifully in photos.
The next, then 6th Saab exit-Rhön, will take place on Saturday, September 14.09.2024th, XNUMX - the date can already be saved.