Puffin was our choice of transport for the short trip to the racecourse on the Saturday morning.
There wasn’t any hold up at the entrance or parking at the show , as this is a well organized event.
There were some new exhibitors and plenty of trade stands selling all those must have, even if you haven’t a use for it items. So much to see, where do we start.
There seemed to be more visitors wandering around than last year show. It was quite busy and the sun was shining making it an enjoyable affair.
When you look at the vehicles and destinations that they have travelled to, you can’t help getting itchy feet.
Ruby came with us and enjoyed the attention from all the other visiting dogs.
Our Granddaughter was dragged along kicking and screaming, but she enjoyed it in the end.
I found my dream truck. A German converted Mercedes with a fabulous interior.
***Please Note*** (added April 2016) I made a mistake when I stated that the Mercedes was converted in Germany.
It is in fact an excellent DUTCH conversion by Adventure Trucks. There web site can be viewed here www.adventure-trucks.com
The extreme knitter was slightly disappointed with the lack of varied catering compared to last year and no craft marquee this year.
There is always a good turnout of VW T25 Syncros that I have a soft spot for.
The car park had interesting vehicles, like this Ariel Leader
The range of display vehicles was extensive.
This Tiger is the star of a blog
I’m already looking forward to the next show in September 2016.