Even a car show can’t look normal amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Sunday, couples and families out for a drive packed into hundreds of vehicles — classic, custom and ordinary — for what could be their only chance to drive on top of the 224-foot-tall Canyon Lake Dam. And they did so for a charitable cause.
For the past two years, the Dam Community Alliance has put on car shows on top of the dam — overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers — to raise funds for projects and improvements to the dam, lake and surrounding parks.
But COVID-19, as it has done with everything in American society, up-ended the…