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Cowal Peninsula Run
Sun 24th Jul 2005
organised by Central Scotland

Car Count : 29
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Run Organiser...Douglas.

Meeting at Loch Lomond Shores (Blue Car Park) 10.15 for 10.30.

http://www.lochlomondshores.com/index.asp

Directions to Loch Lomond Shores...

M8 to Erskine Bridge is easiest route as it saves all the traffic lights and cameras.

After crossing Erskine Bridge (60p Toll)
Continue on the A82 signed Loch Lomond
At the Stoneymollan roundabout (exactly 10 miles from Bridge tollbooth) take 2nd exit for Balloch / Stirling A811
At next roundabout (bottom of hill) turn left signed Loch Lomond Shores
Follow signs to Blue car park.

PLEASE ARRIVE WITH SUFFICIENT FUEL FOR AT LEAST 100 MILES. Esso station 4 miles after Erskine Bridge, or in Balloch.

Route will be Loch Lommond Shores to Otter Ferry, Lunch at the Oystercatcher Inn. (65 miles) Then to Hunters Quay Dunoon, where we will take the Western Ferry to Gourock. Run will end at Port Glasgow's Newark Castle (108 miles total)
Ferry ticket costs:-
Car & Driver ?6.25
Car & Driver & Passenger ?7.95.

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24th Jul 2005 18:51 :: Fee
Big thanks to Douglas for organising another excellent run, well done.  It was great to put even more faces to names.

Fee

24th Jul 2005 20:07 :: stratos_blue
Just like to echo Fee's comments , thanks Douglas for an excellent route . Alison and I had a great time . It was nice to meet everyone in person and we hope to do it again soon . Cheers to all !

24th Jul 2005 20:18 :: Ian & Jacqueline
Many thanks to Douglas and his team for organising such a great day. Jacqueline and I really enjoyed our first run in the company of such a friendly bunch of enthusiasts, now looking forward to the next one.

24th Jul 2005 20:24 :: Ian & Jacqueline
Many thanks to Douglas and his team for organising such a great day. Jacqueline and I really enjoyed our first run in the company of such a friendly bunch of enthusiasts, now looking forward to the next one.

24th Jul 2005 21:44 :: Phil
Great day out, excellent route, good lunch, even the weather was lovely.

24th Jul 2005 22:06 :: Richard & Emmy
what a great day!  thanks Douglas.  Good turnout, great roads and fab weather - what more could you want?

24th Jul 2005 22:10 :: bobby g
my mate and i had a great day out;it was magic right from the off;i will deffo be on another one;thnx 2 dougie 4 making us welcome.

24th Jul 2005 22:36 :: Mike & Di
Thanks Douglas, super day and a superb route.
Well done

24th Jul 2005 22:50 :: Douglas
Yes indeed a great day and blessed by superb weather, those cars just kept on arriving at Loch Lomond Shores. My thanks to Richard N, Jon and Richard D for helping hold the convoy together.
Thanks to Phil for selling the raffle tickets and a BIG BIG thanks to Fiona and Craig for organising the Ferry tickets. Great to see all the new people, hope you'll come back.

25th Jul 2005 08:52 :: Iain & Anne ....Purr
Well arrived home @ 8.30 with just under 300 miles on the trip clock (still with the flat tyre)...What a great run, they just keep getting better. Thanks Douglas, I dont know how you find the time to organise all this. Great meeting many new members, see you soon.

25th Jul 2005 09:26 :: Jon
Fantastic Day! Big thanks to Douglas for everything, such a good route. Nice to meet the newer members, as well as the 'old timers'! I didnt even sneeze once even though I hadnt taken and hayfever tablets. Hope to see all again soon.

25th Jul 2005 10:53 :: ronnie
Douglas, Eleanor and I had a great time. Driving in the convoy was just fantastic. I kinda felt as if I was in an old fashioned road race. (all within legal speed limits of course) Some of the cars were really well turned out especially that red one with the twin exhausts. Whose is that ? Thanks to all for making us very welcome. A perfect day.
Ronnie

25th Jul 2005 11:13 :: kristoff
Fantastic day out and great company as usual. Well done Douglas for the usual hard work, collecting the money for the meals didn't look easy! Also to Fee for organising the ferry tickets.

25th Jul 2005 12:58 :: Gordon & Janice
Again, big pat on the back to Douglas for his superb organisation and planning and well done to Fiona for sorting out the ferry tickets. Another memorable club run.

25th Jul 2005 20:01 :: Iain & Anne
Sorry having problems resizing photos but I have downloaded 34 to this web site, best viewed using the "Slide show" setting (I hate computers) Click HERE for pics

26th Jul 2005 15:53 :: John
Looks like I missed a cracker! - Heather and Gemma really enjoyed themselves and asked me to thank Douglas and Fiona(tickets)for organising such a great day.

26th Jul 2005 20:56 :: Stella & Nige
Now that our PC's back on line, we can add our thanks to Douglas for a superb day out on Sunday. Great company, good weather, and even a calm ferry crossing.  The Good Lord was certainly smiling on the Club! Ours was the Mark 1 with the twin exhausts, the quiet one!!

28th Jul 2005 23:30 :: redhot5
Thanks Douglas for making Sunday a special day, Rachel & I both enjoyed it, it was great to meet some new faces!.
and the sight of those 28 mx5's made it all worth it. Hope to see you at THE CLASSICS, Let me know we you need the info on the cars.

29th Jul 2005 16:04 :: dixie
Thanks Douglas,great day out,we really enjoyed our first run and hope to be at many more
Robert& Monica

2nd Aug 2005 23:46 :: June
Iain & Anne - great photos!
Can't believe I had to work that day and missed it!

3rd Aug 2005 10:30 :: red hot 5
douglas could we not squeeze in another run the same in the near future as the scenery was awesome and can u imagine even more cars than before if everyone would be up for it could we get some feed back

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