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First run of the year
Sun 16th Mar 2014
organised by Tayside Scotland

Car Count : 12
 
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Hi peeps
I'm glad the comments are positive for my first bash at organising a run, it makes it worthwhile for me. Welcome, to the run newbies and good to see the usual suspects again.
Roofs down all day for everybody (time to remove the hardtop George) even in the strong cold wind. Aren't MX5 heaters great. A total of 160 mls for us with a few stops for pics and scran. The service at Baxters was slow at one of the tables but, they got there.
Parking is always an issue at the Crusoe but we managed. I'm glad we decided to miss out the coastal part of the route due to event at Crail as it was getting dark at 18.30 when we arrived back at the bridge. The nights are drawing out now though.
If anybody that has pics of the day could send some to me, especially convoy on the move and group shots it would be appreciated, as I'm writing up a report for the magazine.
Till the next time folks
Sandy n Margaret


As everyone has said ,well done to both Sandy and Margaret for arranging,
1st the weather !! fab day with roofs down until 7pm !
2nd Food at Baxters was good especially as we were at the small table who were served first !! others had to wait a while but eventually were served. But there was no complaints about the quality of the food.
Then after a short drive again (on a few roads I hadn't been on !)
3rd Crusoe Hotel for afternoon tea  was fab all very well organised by the staff who were also on hand to offer assistance by way of refilling cups and offering more cakes.
lady even brought dog biscuits for Jake who at first turned his nose up in the hope of getting something off the table, decided he would eat them after all !!
It was dark by the time we arrived at the Tay Bridge car park where we all said or goodbye's.
Longish but most enjoyable day amongst like minded friends both new and old.
Roll on the next one.
Tom & Jen + Jake


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16th Mar 2014 20:47 :: Robert craig
Fantastic day out with the taysiders, hope to meet up again some time.
Robert central

16th Mar 2014 20:48 :: Tom & Jen
Good day, great crowd, good food, fantastic roads.New couple (welcome) a couple of cars from Central in the mix.
  Many thanks to Sandy and Margaret for arranging the run and the weather, hoods down all day !! Fab !!

16th Mar 2014 22:00 :: stroma
enjoyed todays run ,good to see everyone, thanks to Sandy and Margaret for planning the run

16th Mar 2014 22:29 :: George Stuart
Had a great day out,  Met some very nice people who made us most welcome. Hope to meet up again.  Thanks Sandy and Margaret for all the arrangements.  Loved wee Jake.  Will have hard top off next time.

George and Lilias Stuart

17th Mar 2014 01:33 :: Gavin
had a great day, didnt get home till 7.20 top was still down !

17th Mar 2014 13:57 :: Richard and Maureen
Well done Sandy and Margaret, super day out on roads I never new existed, great company as always

17th Mar 2014 23:14 :: Peter + Denise
Great first run of the season. Thanks Sandy for a grand tour of Fife. Some fantastic views throughout the day .....and that was just the cars! Hope to see you all again soon. Ta for now.

18th Mar 2014 08:27 :: Sandy
Hi peeps
I'm glad the comments are positive for my first bash at organising a run, it makes it worthwhile for me. Welcome, to the run newbies and good to see the usual suspects again.
Roofs down all day for everybody (time to remove the hardtop George) even in the strong cold wind. Aren't MX5 heaters great. A total of 160 mls for us with a few stops for pics and scran. The service at Baxters was slow at one of the tables but, they got there.
Parking is always an issue at the Crusoe but we managed. I'm glad we decided to miss out the coastal part of the route due to event at Crail as it was getting dark at 18.30 when we arrived back at the bridge. The nights are drawing out now though.
If anybody that has pics of the day could send some to me, especially convoy on the move and group shots it would be appreciated, as I'm writing up a report for the magazine.
Til the next time folks
Sandy n Margaret

20th Mar 2014 22:20 :: Shirley+Graeme
Great day out, with some fantastic roads
Many thanks to Sandy and Margaret for arranging the run:-)
And of course the company .

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