Today a run down to East fortune airfield for Brunch with the troops, a hastily arranged meeting by Laurenne and Bert led to six of us turning up, temperatures just above freezing I guess, damned cold but on the Beemer so heated jacket and grips saved the day. Finally back to do some work on the Mk3 Commando, primary side checked and inspected and not to shabby, the alternator grommet needs replaced but as I got to that part, tiredness, cold and crabbitness set in so its abandoned to one night through the week, always better to walk away rather than bugger something up. A braw weekend! Thought I'd take some photos at the airfield in B&W to give it that WW2 feel!
|The T3 on its inaugural voyage posing next to the iconic rail bridge|
|Fi still smiling!|
|Laurenne's 64 BMW looking all dark and moody|
|Especially for Chris from Denver|
|Norton Chaincase, last time I saw this was at the side of the road in Germany.....|