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BSCCOC Picnic August 24th 2008

I had e-mailed Dave Allen, (aka the Mini Doctor) telling him I would not be taking Bugsy, the Wonder Sprite, if it were raining.
As Dave was driving from Mildmay, (Centre of the known universe) he would run into bands of showers.

Bugsy’s coming.
Bugsy’s not coming.
Bugsy’s coming.

By the time he got to my place Bugsy was out, gassed, with a clean windshield and without mouse seed. I had the top in the back and Bugsy was ready to go. I have been wet before. I would be wet again.


At the gatehouse we were whisked through quickly.

Well as quick as the speed bumps would allow.


You would have thought I had a third eye or something.
Did someone tell her about men driving Little British Cars?


The skies were more threatening than this picture indicates. The first thing I did was to put up Bugsy’s top. For not being on for a couple of years it stretched out well.






The Cars


This is the "Lady B" a 1949 Bentley Mk. V1.
It has a history of prototype testing at the factory until refurbished for the market and sold to Sir Miles Thomas, DFC.
Its history takes it through John Smith of Milverton to its present owners, Marilyn and George Morita of Campbelville.


John Tatham would have pulled over the Bentley for speeding or Grey Poupon.
But, could he keep up with the Stags?


MGB of Arnold and Anne Koopman


This Austin Devon is owned by Eric Appadoo


Tony Fox’s Stag


Mike and Ita Sweeney own this Riley


Fraser Cooper’s MGA with AC Ace influences


Glen Donaldson’s Spitfire


The owner of this is not in the club and we do not know who he is.
He should contact Roger and Join!


Roger Tipple’s newest addition An MGB GT


Rainer Holst’s Lagonda


MGA


Michael Fox’s
Austin Westminster


Gary Brown’s
Rover 75


Michael Hale’s
Triumph TR 3A


Sunbeam Alpine


Jim Campbell’s MGB



The Activities

The Egg Race


You want us to what?


Fun for kids of, er, all ages


And, a winner gets to choose his booty

Closest to the Pin


I’ve seen this with drivers and a victim (volunteer) instead of a flag


Rapt attention to putting instruction


LPGA! Here I come!


And the Gallery goes Wild!


That’s it, I’m off to the Club House

Adults Egg Race


A Good Egg


OK, so who won?

Balanced Book Race


Books are food for the mind aren’t they?


The Championship Race


Varied Techniques


A Happy Winner



Time to go



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