Despite a late season snowfall forcing a quick move to his main mansion, Kelvin again hosted the St George's Day potluck and spring warm-up run. The snow kept any LBCs off the road but it didn't keep a large gathering from taking over his house and terrorizing Jennie, his dog.
Gary took an early lead and held a quick business meeting to get it out of the way before we dived into the food and drink.
Windsor will arrive soon and we should think about some way to promote both the show and our club.
John D. fleshed out the details of his upcoming four (five?) day run into Maine and New Hampshire. It will include a visit to the Owl's Head Transportation Museum and takes place around the 22nd of June. At this point we paused to poke fun at Kelvin who was cleaning up after Jennie. She apparently doesn't handle shrimp tails well.
John B. proposed a short day tour for the day of our next meeting.
Our next meeting will be at Sam Snead's at the golf course.
Joanna detailed her fundraising efforts for the cancer society.
At this point food broke out, sending everyone to crowd into the kitchen. At some point there was a video quiz on famous quotes from past TV episodes and movies which seemed to go over well. Correct guesses were rewarded with gifts of chutney from Warrington Farms ( Official supplier of fine eats to FABAC ). As the evening passed, with poor Jennie staring woefully into the warm house from the patio where she'd been banished, the gathering broke into small groups to chat (or lie), eventually settling around the TV to watch 'Rush'. We wish to thank Kelvin and Fiona for their hospitality (and loan of a laptop). If you need a hand cleaning up, you know where we are. Bob E.
St. George's Day celebration is set for Saturday April 22nd at 6 pm at my place 1335 Route 10, Noonan. It is a pot luck supper so bring some item of food and of course your own favorite tipple.
See you all then at the first get together of the season.
...the Saint George's Day party at Kelvin's is still on. YAY!!!!
Kelvin informed me this morning that it will be in his house rather than the garage. Same address. If you have been there before you will know that when you come in the driveway his house is just off to the left a bit.
So, bring your food and drink and boots and we'll party on.
Park with care.
See you there.
OK, who is going be the first to buy the new F type. New F type you ask? Yes there is now a turbo 4 cyl car with close on 340 BHP which is lighter and better handling than the V6 or V8 cars, and all for only $69,000. Come on! Someone's got to go for it ! Kelvin