After our coffee stop we wound our way to the lunch stop at the Prince of Wales,Ross-on-Wye.
In the car park John needed more help now with his late VH. This time his rear light that was making a bid for freedom.
Then again later on when Peter Kent came into the pub with a spanner asking John if he recognised It. He did, as Pete found it perched on top of his the rear brake anchor bolt. Still there from the last time his rear wheel was off
We got back to our digs later that afternoon. Every year Pete Colllings puts out his stall of Ariel bits. Very handy especially as I needed a couple of bits myself.
For the first time ever I'd managed to follow the route without going wrong. The route sheet was perfect. Every mileage was accurate down to the 10th of a mile Les Ore did a great job of it. Cheers
The route sheet finished on 57 miles and the sat nav finished on the same. Cool.
I lost my metal mug last year whilst I was at the German Rally. I always bring a mug as it makes it much easier to blag free coffee. Well Stan Copeland was the poor unfortunate that had to make my tea. But when I got home I'd left my mug behind.
A long distance award isn't normaly given out at the Crazy Horse but apparently this year was an exception, and I won it!
Peter Kent presented me with a small plastic bag. Inside was my mug back from Germany
. . Cheers Stan for rescuing it for me, that made my night