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  2. 1 & 2 Brian & Jackie - Breakfast & Bunker visit 3 & 4 Johnny & Audrey - Breakfast, Bunker visit and fish and chips too 5 & 6 David & Jennifer - Breakfast & Bunker visit 7 - Scott McCaughran - breakfast, bunker and chippy 8 - Mark McCaughran - breakfast, bunker and chippy 9 & 10- Kay and Mark - breakfast ,bunker and chippy 11 & 12 - Mark and Jane - breakfast, bunker and chippy 13 - Duggie - breakfast, bunker and chippy
  3. 1 & 2 Brian & Jackie - Breakfast & Bunker visit 3 & 4 Johnny & Audrey - Breakfast, Bunker visit and fish and chips too 5 & 6 David & Jennifer - Breakfast & Bunker visit 7 - Scott McCaughran - breakfast, bunker and chippy 8 - Mark McCaughran - breakfast, bunker and chippy 9 & 10- Kay and Mark - breakfast ,bunker and chippy 11 & 12 - Mark and Jane - breakfast, bunker and chippy
  4. Cover sold - all done and dusted.
  5. 1 & 2 Brian & Jackie - Breakfast & Bunker visit 3 & 4 Johnny & Audrey - Breakfast, Bunker visit and fish and chips too 5 & 6 David & Jennifer - Breakfast & Bunker visit 7 - Scott McCaughran - breakfast, bunker and chippy 8 - Mark McCaughran - breakfast, bunker and chippy
  6. 1 & 2 Brian & Jackie - Breakfast & Bunker visit 3 & 4 Johnny & Audrey - Breakfast, Bunker visit and fish and chips too 5 & 6 David & Jennifer - Breakfast & Bunker visit
  7. I do, yes. Today's a little full, but what sort of timescale are you thinking? Rick
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    1 & 2 Brian & Jackie - Breakfast & Bunker visit 3 & 4 Johnny & Audrey - Breakfast & Bunker Visit, Yes fish and chips also.
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    Please note the change of date for the October Breakfast meeting. Not the 1st Sunday of the month but the 2nd Sunday being 8th October 10:00am to 12 midday. We have been invited by David L. Douglas of Cairneyhill, Fife, KY12 8QX makers of handmade kitchens and bespoke furniture for sausage or bacon breakfast rolls from their Aga in the showroom and tea or coffee. A tour of their workshop behind the showroom is also on the cards. They recently had the Porsche Club of Scotland visit them before going on a run and managed 10 cars, let's see if we can beat that number. I have also organised a visit to Scotland's Secret Bunker from 2:00pm and designed a route from Cairneyhill along the South Fife coastal route to The East Neuk. I have asked for a dedicated area in the car park for our cars.The cost of entrance to the bunker is £11.00 payable on the day. It can take about 2 hours to go round the bunker. After the bunker we have the option of heading home or on to St Andrews for Ice Cream at Luvians and/or Fish and Chips at Cromars, winner of The Best Fish & Chip Shop in Scotland 2016 or head straight for the famous Fish Bar in Anstruther. The options are numerous and we can decide on the day. The Coastal Route to The Secret Bunker
  10. Please note the change of date for the October Breakfast meeting. Not the 1st Sunday of the month but the 2nd Sunday being 8th October 10:00am to 12 midday. We have been invited by David L. Douglas of Cairneyhill, Fife, KY12 8QX makers of handmade kitchens and bespoke furniture for sausage or bacon breakfast rolls from their Aga in the showroom and tea or coffee. A tour of their workshop behind the showroom is also on the cards. They recently had the Porsche Club of Scotland visit them before going on a run and managed 10 cars, let's see if we can beat that number. I have also organised a visit to Scotland's Secret Bunker from 2:00pm and designed a route from Cairneyhill along the South Fife coastal route to The East Neuk. I have asked for a dedicated area in the car park for our cars.The cost of entrance to the bunker is £11.00 payable on the day. It can take about 2 hours to go round the bunker. After the bunker we have the option of heading home or on to St Andrews for Ice Cream at Luvians and/or Fish and Chips at Cromars, winner of The Best Fish & Chip Shop in Scotland 2016 or head straight for the famous Fish Bar in Anstruther. The options are numerous and we can decide on the day. The Coastal Route to The Secret Bunker If you are interested please add your name to the list below and indicate if Breakfast only or Breakfast and Bunker as I need to let these venues know how many to expect. 1 & 2 Brian & Jackie - Breakfast & Bunker visit 3 & 4 Johnny & Audrey - Breakfast, Bunker visit and fish and chips too
  11. So, probably a record low turnout for a LEGS run but a big thank you to Tut and Pit Stop for joining me at Strathdon. I think the last time there were only 3 of us was when Brian, Al and I met at Powmill one random Sunday several years ago and thought, why don't we do this every month, invite a few others and call it a LEGS run 😊 Anyhow, a great drive - I never tire of these roads - in beautiful weather and a good blether with the chaps over excellent breakfast rolls. Thanks again guys. Hopefully see a few more of you next month when everyone has returned from their travels.
  12. Sincere applogies all I'm afraid I'll not be able to attend after all. (Not a decision that I made myself) very sorry. I'll do my very best to attend the next one 😭 Appologies also for the slow response I was in holiday until earlier today and had not internet signal
  13. Looking forward to meting you Pit Stop. What's your real name? Not Penelope I hope
  14. Thanks for the notes Mark. I'm totally unfamiliar with all forms of social media, so apologies in advance if I mess up the protocol for these things. There'll just be me (the missus is away golfing...) and I'll be leaving the Inverurie locale around 0900. If anyone does fancy a convoy for the run via my route, then Alford transport museum car park would make a good RV; let me know. Tea and toast will do me for breakfast. I'll be in an Orange Elise SC. Cheers Pit Stop
  15. It seems we are still struggling to get a decent list together, but this is what I have so far. 1 & 2 Mark plus 1 3 Liam Warnock 4 David Boyd (possible) 5 Tut 6 Pit Stop The cafe needs to know reasonably accurate numbers for the full breakfast by tomorrow first thing. I'll make an executive decision now and scrap that option given we don't have many attending and I want to keep it open as long as possible. Their normal breakfast menu is fine anyway, the usual selection of bacon, egg rolls etc. and I'll get a table reserved. Pit Stop - the routine is a cut and paste of the existing list in a new reply/post and add your name to it, including passenger if you have one and keep an eye on the instructions in the original post. Given the low numbers, I suggest we all make our own way there rather than try to rendezvous and travel together, unless anyone wants to make a private arrangement (does two cars count as a convoy?) Given the distance, as mentioned we will be aiming for breakfast at 10.30 so arrival between 10.00 and 10.15 would be good. Hopefully we will get a few more along by Sunday.
  16. In advance of a full classifieds ad going up, I was wondering if anyone would be interested in a very lightly used outdoor Stormforce cover that I had for my S3 Elise S. RRP is £157. I'll accept half that, so call it £80. DM me if interested, I'm just trying to avoid full P&P anywhere and a trip to the post office if I can help it.
  17. Hi I'm new to this. I'd like to join in on this event in my Elise. What do I need to do? I'm Inverurie based. Cheers Pit Stop
  18. Motormania is also on at Grantown Brian, but it is a static show so not my thing, prefer the breakfast craic and driving. Anybody meeting up before the Cafe? I am coming from Keith so probably on my own. tut
  19. I understand the Motorfair at Alford has been cancelled following the fatal crash there last week.
  20. Post now added to Scottish Elises forum. Looks like lots happening on 3rd September, Bo'ness Hillclimb, Grampian Motorfair and the Sardina trip so may explain the slow uptake on this one.
  21. I barely use FB so get my meets from S_E cross postings. I was told today that John/Wendy Walsh had arranged a meet also on the 3rd starting at Morgan McVeighs and going on to Grantown on Spey but this does not seem likely if he has got it correct. tut
  22. @hedgerley Not sure as I didn't do the original post. If not I will post it up there too. I am sure I shared the event on Scottish Elise's Facebook as well as Lotus Ecosse and LEGS Facebook.
  23. Just about to send that now. Are you guys getting email notifications of a message in your in box or when a post goes up on the forum?
  24. Judging by the response so far I doubt you'd be gate crashing, rather making up the numbers. A few of the gang will be embarking on their Sardinia jaunt that weekend and I saw an invite to all Lotus owners for the Boness Revival which is also on that weekend. It was a great run last year, I hope we get a decent turnout. Brian will be sending out a mass mailing shortly.
  25. A change to the advertised venue folks; we will be enjoying a run out to Gorgarff, Strathdon. This was a popular event last year as we spent several hours on some of our favourite roads. Given the usual focus on 'the drive' (and who wouldn't), many of you may have driven past the Goodbrand & Ross Tea Rooms and Gift Shop but its a good halt along the Old Military Road on the run down from the Lecht/Glenshee to pick up provisions. http://www.goodbrandandross.co.uk/ We had a reserved table and an outstanding full breakfast last year which they are more than happy to lay on for us again. There's good parking and its a nice spot to admire the view with a breakfast roll and a blether. There's a gift shop for those inclined to do some early Christmas shopping. As usual, we need to give them an idea of numbers and an indication of how many might want a full cooked breakfast so they can get some extra black pudding and mushrooms in, so if you could add that to your name(s) that would be helpful. Nearer the time we'll propose some rendezvous points for those wishing to travel in convoy - lets hope the weather holds and, if I'm leading again, no non-indicating horse boxes........ 1 & 2 Mark plus 1 - Full x 2
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