|Oily Hand's Life with MGs
Some members of the Tyne Tees Centre of the MG Car Club met up at the Baydale Beck pub in Darlington for a circular tour of about 30 miles. Once back at our start point we all sat down to some good food and conversation before making our own way back home.Thanks to Steve and Richard for organising the day.
We took a scenic route home and shot some video on the way.
18 cars and 35 memebers of the Tees Valley MG Owners Club met at Yarm Station for a short run to The Lamb Inn at Rainton for Sunday lunch.
As well as some great grub at very reasonable prices, there was some great conversation. Was this a discussion about who pays the bill.
A big thanks to whoever organised the day, Geoff, I think.
We set off in the BGT on a cold wet Sunday morning and headed for Bedale to meet up with friends for a short run.
Unfortunately the man with the plan was conspicuous by his absence, which was rather worrying. A search party was sent out along the route he was expected to take and they returned with the news that there was no sign of him and he wasn't at home.
As it was now nearly lunch time we decided to head for Masham and take refreshments there. A group of us descended on Suncatcher's Cafe where excellent coffee and great bacon butties were consumed. Last of the Summer Wine, sprang to mind.
Thankfully the rain had gone and the sun put in an appearance, but it was still a bit nippy as we took a liesurely stroll round the market place before heading for home.
Hi, I'm Owen and I've been having fun with MGs since 1970, starting with my 1937 MGTA. Since then I've had three Y types and a couple of Z Magnettes. I now have a 1971 MGB GT along with the TA and my wife and I are still having fun