The field did remind me of a Norton rally on Saturday morning as there was much unplanned maintenance going on. Fiona decided we needed to go for a run to Prestwick on Sunday to see our pal Liz who's just had a shoulder operation and also so that we could get wetter and colder, I didn't see much of the road due to the rain and mist but I did feel the potholes!
Thanks to the all the people there both local and Guzzi folk for an excellent weekend in great company. I'll be back hopefully on a sunnier day to sample more of this area which like most most of Scotland oozes history. Glad to say both the Guzzi and the Norton ran well over the weekend so that was another bonus.
|Bikes loaded and sunshine while we wait for our friend Gill|
|Let the damage begin, it got messy of Friday|
|Dark Sky, camping, a great combination|
|This bike was blowing out oil (easily fixed)|
|Rally organiser Russell wondered why his bike was handling funny and found one of the front leading link fork tubes had broken!|
|Scene of good music and whisky overdose|
|The main street with the Market Cross, its been there since 1638|
|Nice town and despite it looking closed it was very much open, try the Green Tea room if your in the area|
|Fiona waiting to buy water despite being tempted!|
|The houses here were built to last!|
|Old Moto Guzzi's built to last also|
|Gill preparing for the off on Sunday|
|Fiona & the guys discussing world politics|
|A brieff respite from the rain and mist (and sheep) en route to Prestwick on Sunday|