During the week before this event I realised that I didn't have anywhere to mount the rally plaque, which had to be displayed on entry, so I made up a plate for it from some scrap plastic and used one of the bumper bolts to fix it on. It did the trick.
After a stroll round this lovely town we returned to our hotel for our evening meal and settled down for the night.
Sunday dawned, cold & grey, a big change from the Saturday. We set off for the 11 mile drive to Bleheim and soon found ourselves in a convoy of MGBs. As we were early we didn't have to queue much at all compared to some later arrivals. One guy we spoke to said he'd queued for 4 miles!
We got parked up and went for a wander around. Cars were streaming in.
As we were wandering down the timeline we saw two people we hadn't seen for years arriving in their MGB but we didn't see them after that. Also there were Geoff & Vicki Edge with Vicki's beautiful Iris Blue MGB on the timeline. We met Geoff & Vicky at the Lincolnshire Poacher Concours show earlier in the year and it was good to see them again.
You had to remember where you left your car.
Was it a good day? Meeting the people was great, but I found the day to be somewhat lacking. I don't know what I was expecting but this wasn't it. I know the rain didn't help but it can't all be down to the rain.
Did you go? What did you think of it?