Guess the "Credit Crunch" is affecting everybody, even our monthly meet, a few hardy souls turned up for the first meet of 2009, its clear that Marie and Steve from the pub have made a New Years resolution to turn the grub round in record time!!!! before I could blink the lamb in Guiness pie was on the table
For the first time ever the Type 25's outnumbered the rest.... is this a sign of things to come, it was nice to see the younger members of the club making an appearance, even though baby Leo was so well wrapped up I had no chance of a pic and all Frankie Junior was interested in (even though he sat in Issie's van to drive it round the block I think) was the frozen squashed rabbit........
Here are a few pics.....enjoy
Last Edit: Jan 4, 2009 17:32:16 GMT 1 by keredewor
Good to see everyone. Great pics Uncle Derek....... may I add that our Frankie was not the only one with interest in the frozen bunny!! Frankie also said he hopes Issy isnt too cross about the mud!! again he said it wasnt his fault "uncle derek did it".... he he
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