Today was the Chiltern Hills Vintage Vehicle Rally at a little place called Weston Turville, some 33 miles northwest of home.
We set out bright and early and arrived just before the official opening and already there was quite a queue of cars waiting to register on the day.
While it was called a vintage rally there were only about a dozen true vintage vehicles; but there were at least a hundred older than me. Then there were a couple of hundred of my sort of era and plenty more modern classics.
As well as all the cars there were dozens of military vehicles, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, tractors and a few traction engines that had puffed in under their own steam.
I suspect that the organisers got a few more than they expected, given the fine weather, as when we arrived vehicles were being parked in logical groups. Later arrivals were simply slotted in anywhere there was a space.
There were a number of MGs in the crowd but I was the only Y Series representative.
P.S. Did not talk to an AA man all day!