SO, today we had a nano-meet to sort our own cars out, originally planned for Teddy Bears Nursery.
Luckily, with the forecast (which turned out to be true) of frightful weather, Bernard played a blinder and arranged for us to invade a commercial unit, complete with light and power and of course dry and relatively warm
Not only that, he also arranged for a barbecue so food was forthcoming throughout the day.
I'd like to thank Bernard and his team for providing us with a terrific and hospitable venue
In fact, on the way home there was a pleasant aroma of barbecue in the car... then I realised that was me. I'd been smoked as well
Personally, the jobs I had lined up didn't get done, one, because I already had a twin-set of horns fitted and didn't realise it and two because like a donkey, I got a solar panel to fit on the rear shelf... forgetting that I had a rear-window blind
However, Between us, Duncan and I determined that VeeKay did, in fact, have the complete traction-control loom in situ, which sort of made my day
AND, we finally fixed the electrical gremlin on Rob's car. See Rob, you only had to wait two or three years to get it sorted
Absolute superb day, and as you might imagine, a heck of a lot of work got done.
Convoyed to Pershore, which was good but on the way back, it started to snow. Now, I don't know about anybody else, but I certainly took a lot less time getting home than I did going
I know Rob took one or two pictures and I'm hoping they'll be available for all to see shortly