The run took us over some great roads, all kinds of surfaces, some even organic as we ran through farmyards. A few gated roads meant that Pam was kept active. Beautiful scenery when the sun was out, which did happen a couple of times. We also saw rain and hail across the hilltops.
The first part of the run was 39 miles to tea rooms where quite a few stopped for a cuppa and bit to eat. The last part took us 50 miles back to Brockbushes, where we had a cream scone and a cuppa and a chance to have a chat to others on the run.
It was a great run and even the changeable weather couldn't dampen our spirits.
Thanks to those who stopped to offer help while we were waiting. You know who you are and we're thankful for your offers.
A call to the RAC produced a flatbed about two hours after we first called them and we arrived home later than expected, tired cold and hungry.
Despite the problems, we had a great day, and our thanks go to Lyn & Peter Ebdon for the planning of the route, and all those who helped the day go so well.
As you can tell from this video, the car was running really well all day with no indication that problems were lurking.