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Discussion in 'Events' started by Andy1a2b, Sep 9, 2019.
Christmas “Do” , great bunch of people, food was good too
Some pretty dirty cars which will scrub up well
That’s the last of my photos , if anyone else has any please post them, especially of Dave's Christmas Jumper which I forgot to get a picture of
Thanks Andy for another well organised day out your time and effort is well appreciated
Nice to meet people’s better half’s , Karen was made to feel very welcome and even asked on the way home “when’s the next one “ might get some fuel money off her at this rate lol
Nice to see someone’s nice new car and ignore the muppets at your works comments it’s only jealousy
Food at the lion inn was spot on as usual and the autumn views across the moors were amazing , roll on next year but like Andy said my car lives outside and is on road all year round so I’d be up from a meet over winter if free
Thanks Andy , glad you, and especially Karen, enjoyed it. I’m sure there will be plenty of opportunities next year to bring our wives/partners along. Christina likes doing these sort meetings but isn’t interested in doing the “Cars in a field for a day” events. We’re definitely overdue a trip to Whitby and the Magpie Cafe for fish and chips so will keep you posted .
I can’t hide anymore yes the green machine has gone, when I went have a look at the slk I couldn’t resist, it’s pearlescent white, Bengal red leather less than 8000 miles and a V8, it’s spent most of the time in a garage but it’ll be used everyday now, so rota permitting I’m available for any last minute meets Oh and when I’m on my own I can’t stop grinning
As our American cousins like to say “there’s no substitute for cubic inches” , glad you’re enjoying the new car and that Susan likes it too I’m sure we will have some impromptu meets over the winter , I know Dave had something in mind , South of the Humber I think?
Definitely ready for a clean but at least the car was dry when we got back home yesterday , I’d rather have it dirty and dry than clean and damp.
Expensive trip to wales in the end ! Welcome to the burnt neck gang.