Nice one Jeremy -it's all in the interpretation as ever
Have you been away it's been quiet
Just a little shot for Henrietta from Scoriton from her brother Henry at 0815 New Years Day.
Have a good New Year all 3 of you.
Indeed so Richard! I've got to get serious about polishing for once (in 30 years of driving), as I've been accepted into the Cheltenham Rotary's Classic Car event at Prescott on May 12th. Henrietta still aint gonna shine like DaveW's machine, but I'll have to polish inside AND out at the same time!!
Thanks for the pic of Henry : 08:15 NYD I was driving the "Hereford" (Hereford-Paddington HST) near Oxford and saw some sunshine, so it was a quick peel of the roof and a topless dash home. Unfortunately my camera has decided to eat its own display, so no reciprocal pic is available
I've put CR6 ZZ's on the rear axle, btw, and the grip is phenominal BUT of course we havent had any cold weather yet. 4 1/2 months of ownership and 5,000 miles on the clock (33,500 in total).
Hope to bump into you and some of the TM'ers during 2013.
Well done Jeremy on acceptance to the competition - sounds like a lot of elbow grease required - or maybe you HST boys have sealed for life joints now
Let me know what you think of this polishing malarky.
Those tyres sound good it will be good to hear your feedback if and when it cools down and/or snows.
Looking forward to meeting a few TM'ers this year also, wouldn't object too strongly to a lunch in The Blue Bowl Inn, West Harptree either anytime, I'm imagining it not to be a million miles away from you at BS40 6HJ.
I overnighted here on business a couple of years ago and thought the Ale and food were good quality and value. I'd like to have a look see at Great Britain in Bristol this year as well sometime.
Pleased to hear someone saw the sunshine, not so pleased to hear the camera digesting itself though.
Enjoy your (s)miles
on or off track.
p.s. Henry and I setting off for London village shortly with a heavy heart to bid a final farewell to a very dear ex boss and colleague. It's a couple of nights at the Union Jack Club near Waterloo as people have flown in from afar to see Jim on his final journey GRHS.