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October Roads

Fall can be a beautiful time of year for our cars.
These may be the last days of the driving season but they are the most colourful.



David Wood

Bugsy just north of Yatton, ON



David Wood

Bruce County Rd 3 West of Mildmay, ON





John-Peter Smit

Thanksgiving Sunday 2008
John-Peter with daughter Miriam



Here is Ms Triss, my '76 Midget on her first drive ever under my ownership. The first drive in 15+ years.



Tony Fox

Here is a Thanksgiving Day picture of my Stag
Not many days like this left this year.



Elva Allen

Dave and Elvaís Mini Nigel playing in the cornfield



David Wood

Me and my shadow



Rainer & Ursula Holst


Aggie the Westie enjoying a top down spin in the Spitfire...nose to the wind


Glen Donaldson

The Brown Pair awaiting the road - 79 TR7 Coupe & 78 Spitfire - Fall Colours


We toured from home in Harbor Beach MI to Waynesboro Virginia for the annual Shenandoah Valley British Car Club Fall Foliage Festival on Oct 3-5.

Weíve been going to this show since 1991 and itís really a special show put on by a special bunch of people. Even though weíre now in Michigan, we still go. Itís always the first weekend in October and Iíd sure like to round up a caravan of BSCC and Bluewater British Car Club folks to caravan down with us next year. Itís only about 650 miles from Sarnia.

Here are a few pix of our '73 MGB/GT from the event.

Note the HRG of Mark Hancock parked in front of our GT in the 2nd picture.

Cheers,

Allen H. Bachelder






David Honness

Shenandoah Valley British Car Club Picture




David Honness

Very good friend, David Honnessí very rare Austin Healey 100M LeMans. This is as close as Iíll ever get to one of these cars! And heís had it since new. SVBCC Pic





Elva Allen

This is the 29th of October.
Nigel, the Mini, and Ace, the TR6, are shrouded
in the cold white of Winter.
Thanks to Elva for braving these foul arctic conditions.


From Southern Ontario to Southern California where snow is only seen in pictures



The Western National Meet of the Antique Automobile Club of America, which was held in San Diego. The two Morgans - blue and green - belong to us. The blue drop-head coupe is a 1961 and we are the original owners. The green flat-radiator model is a 1951, which we have owned for about 25 years. Pictured at the bottom is my wife Betty

- Norm Kear






Norm Kear



Norm Kear


My wife, Betty, driving her 1961 Morgan drop-head coupe to the recent British Car Day in San Diego, California.

Regards, Norm Kear

- Norm Kear




Norm Kear

Is she happy, or what?



David Wood


I think this pretty much caps it!


By Day


Paul Maltby

By Night

Linus Van Pelt, of Peanuts fame, was looking for the Great Pumpkin.
Paul carved it!

More October Roads
@ The Southwestenders "Long Way Round"
Stratford to Goderich
Sunday, October 19th, 2008


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