Report, Courtesy: Alan Holmer
Our adventure began. With the 2cv loaded with enough fuel, a bag of essentials and a warm blanket. Lacey my granddaughter who has been 2cving for over 11 yrs now was by my side. We met a mate on route and headed for Imber.
On arrival to Warminster services we found about 30 like minded individuals. All the different colours and cars. More arrived, possibly 50 cars in all. This is a great way to end the 2cv calendar.
From here we take to the road in line, Lacey says like a 'Caterpillar of cars'.
Onto the plain we go, every now and then an approaching motorist gives way, to this big line of cars. We had muddy, potholed, bumpy, smooth, up hills and down and some quite normal roads, but it's great, the 2cv loves it more than us. We crisscrossed the plain to end up in the village of Imber. For us this is the end.
We visited the local church for a tea and biscuit. other venders offered honey, books and information.
The main group went off to the pub destination for lunch, but for Steve, Lacey and myself, we head for home. It was a typical wet, windy cold day but we enjoyed it all the same with our 2cv friends from near and far.
Thanks to Gary Dicks for hosting the event.
From Lacey and Alan.