Saturday, April 28, 2007

Ello, Ello, Yellow

Has the Copper in the Cooper caught up with our Chris again. No, its just Arron in his Cooper S.

After a busy day at work he catches up with a few of the regulars

Harpo reveals all

Lunch stop and Harpo reveals the second Cooper D of the day. Both under 7 days old, and Harpo's done a good job of hiding his bruises after surprising his wife in the week, with his new baby.

Kick off

Good turn out on a beautiful sunny day.

About 30 cars and in 2 groups we make our way to the lunch stop

Friday, April 27, 2007

Sod the alfresco..

Tents erected, the happy campers sit down to dinner.

Do they forege in the nearby forrest for wood, collect nuts and berries to make a hearty stew on the camp fire? Na! Its off to pub for a massive plate of food and some real ale.

Thursday, April 26, 2007

You're cutting me up

With an early start, we've made our way up to Mikeys for a few tweaks.

Monday, April 09, 2007

Splashing good time

What else can i say. Although we did upset a couple of gentlemen from the village, who accused us of abusing their ford!
And I thought it was a public highway!

Squeezing In

The minis have invaded the beech at Thorpeness.
With the car Park taken over, its onto the beech for a quick stroll and a few pictures.

Nose to nose

First stop gives everyone time to compare notes and talk mods.

The final count for attendance is around 50 and evenly distributed between Classic and New

A smooth pace to the run is absolutely perfect for this gloriously sunny bank holiday.

With Matt Monroes 'On days Like this' on the CD how much better can it get?

Great to be in Yarmouth

After an early start and a quick drive, we've arrived at Great Yarmouth on a beautiful sunny and warm day.

A fast bit of breakfast courtesy of Mr McDonald and the group are begining to assemble. There's a great mixture of classic and new minis. With 40 cars already assembled and still 30 minutes to go, its looking like a fabulous day already.

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Chequered in for Lunch

A short break at the Chalet transport Cafe, and boy they do great bacon rolls and tea.

Great spot Neil!

Devils Dyke

The minis are lined up and ready to go on a very chilly and blustery day.

Very familiar faces, and a good turnout with a mixture of Coopers, S's, a GP and our little Cosper. Whom we thought deserved to have a jolly for a change.