It was a cold windy morning as we drove old Numbum, our 1937 MGTA up to Yarm Station to meet the other hardy souls for an interesting drive. Two fords en route but only one had water in it.
As we weren't sure what facilities were available at Farndale we had a short stop in Rosedale where the wealthy headed to the coffee shops while the impecunious (skint) ones made do with cuppas from flasks by the cars.
Leaving Rosedale by the infamous Rosedale Chimney, a steep climb with a 1 in 3 gradient in parts, we found out the the synchromesh didn't and we added a few more iron filings to the gearbox oil.
The few miles across open moorland to Farndale were very windy and I was pretty cold. On the way back, Pam acted as a windbreak so I was quite comfortable. Can't beat sharing!
Sadly there weren't as many daffodils as we expected, but you can't control nature. It was still a great day.
We tried out working with three camera locations for this video. I'm not sure about one of them, What do you think? Your input will be valuable.