Just had four new tyres fitted by our local garage, just 100 yards down the road. Excellent service.
A SELECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF US ENJOYING LIFE WITH BBM69
The Cromer Lifeboat. The men of the RNLI are my heroes.
A typical village square in the south of France. this was the village we stayed in for our Pyrenees trip.
A family Ruby from Boston they really enjoy their car.
A rare AA badge we found in a box of Monty’s bits.
We had our photograph taken with the RNLI mechanic.
Dianne looking happy.
Dianne explaining how it works. this was at the classic Car Show in the NEC on the PWA7C stand.
On the way through the Pyrenees in 2005.
Seen on a visit to the Jaguar museum in Coventry.
Dianne in front of the Lancaster bomber at East Kirkby. Monty serviced these aircraft and I have flown in one.
With other Lincs Group members at Lincoln Castle. We always had a good time there.
Alec Fairbrother thought this made good use of a Ruby!
Alec and Maureen at Solva on holiday, we then were told off for parking on the grass!
this was our first Coast To Coast in 1999. The Pearl in front eventually went to the USA to live.
Alec Fairbrother, Mel Baxter and me pretending to rule the world.
Us again, the demob suit is an original one, the trousers are a bit high on the waist but very warm.
BBM69 was selected to represent a modern seven in this collection of special cars at the PWA7 club show at Wollaton.
Our first run out after the rebuild, to bluebell woods near Wasps Nest Lincolnshire.
Another lovely day out in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
When in Yorkshire a Yellowhammer picked a fight with it’s own reflection. A friend of mine had a billy goat do the same thing, we were lucky.
On our way home instead of to France. A blocked exhaust was the problem.
Home instead of Norfolk this time. It turned out to be a split bush in the dynamo not the front engine bearing it sounded like.
A sign post in Norfolk, the only place we have seen a sign saying “VIA QUIET LANES”
Dianne with one of her cups.
Lincs group line up outside the college of RAF Cranwell.
Alec and Maureen Fairbrother’s car and BBM parked at the B&B in Solva Mid Wales.
A really lovely B&B we found in Wells Next the Sea in Norfolk. We had to be vetted before given the OK to stay.
A wonderful B&B in Yorkshire. The hosts even drove us to the nearest pub so we could drink. We did drive to Churchouses for an evening meal, and had a fantastic drive back, to the B & B. Wind and rain all the way across the moors.
Thinking about going on. 33% that is 1 in 3. We all got up but BBM boiled!
A typical A7 road. Mel and Joan Baxter in the lead. Alec and Maureen following.
Austin Sevens attract the strangest people.
A view form the cockpit in Holland.
Churchill and his adviser
BBM on holiday in Biarritz.