First nano-meet of the year and I would have to say that the bar is already set very high
Rainman has finally lost his nick-name
Thanks Rob - you arranged brilliant weather.
Thanks to Les (Gren 24) who took over assisting with the fitting of several sets of powerfolds. In doing so he allowed me to spend rather more time than was originally envisaged working on Andy's car.
Steve, I think, could best be described as a tornado on steroids
man, you got around yesterday.
If things turn out as agreed yesterday, there will be several Ultimate Remotes being installed in the near future and could well be done during an old skool nano-meet (or two) chez nous.
The catering seemed to work well. I imagine Rob's long suffering wife, Jayne, will be breathing a sigh of relief anyway. Certainly, I didn't hear any complaints either about quality, price or service and Brian is happy to attend further nano-meets at Teddy Bears.
In fact, if we open early enough they are happy to provide breakfast as required so as to keep everything at the one venue. The idea seemed to meet with broad approval yesterday but will be given more consideration, I expect, at a later date.
It was, as usual, great to see faces old and new but I really do wonder whether name badges might be appropriate in future
Finally, thanks to Rob, who not only organized the venue to run so smoothly but also for the way in which he sorted out VeeKay's mud-flap and in doing so, exposed me for the craven I am when faced with attacking VeeKay with an electric drill. Terrific job mate