Ecosse 2018

News /Chat about forthcoming Imp Club events and other non Club events
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gill
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Re: Ecosse 2018

Post by gill » Tue Apr 17, 2018 2:14 pm

Did anyone get a count of the total of Imps and variants there?
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Re: Ecosse 2018

Post by SimonBenoy » Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:17 pm

Lots of Imps and 2 variants!

Fantastic weekend, home before 7pm 465 miles, great scenic run on Saturday, lovely weather for the Air Base and a stroll on the beach on Sunday, hotel was superb, great start to the season. Thanks to all who made it possible.
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Re: Ecosse 2018

Post by philgsmith » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:24 pm

gill wrote:Did anyone get a count of the total of Imps and variants there?
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35 I reckon .. counting the cars on my photos ..

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Re: Ecosse 2018

Post by bks974c » Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:33 pm

That sounds about right.

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Re: Ecosse 2018

Post by RoyBlunt » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:09 pm

An excellent weekend. Thanks to Gordon and everyone else involved for making our first Ecosse so enjoyable. Loved the Saturday run. The Montrose air museum was fascinating - what a lot of interesting stuff they had! Also managed to get a photo of Suzy by the Meteor - will go with my favourite picture of her (under the Vulcan at Coventry in 2013). Ended the afternoon with a walk on the beach before dinner. Saw a guy taking a ferret on a lead for a walk on the dunes!

Arrived home today. We took 'scenic routes' (intentionally!) there & back with two overnight stops each way - what is the point of being retired if you can't make time to enjoy it! 1287 Imp miles in total home-to-home.
Thanks again,
Roy & Dawn Imp011
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