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September 21st, 2014
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British Car Day
Bronte Creek Provincial. Park

The worst possible summer weather was forecast for the day. All week long Sunday was a big blob of cloud with rain and sometimes lightning.

It happened. In the morning.

I was beginning to stir when Dave Allen called to say he was not coming. I had thought it would be a wash out. But the sky was clearing and I decided to go for it. In the mighty Kia, it was supposed to get nasty in the afternoon.

What I found was sunny skies and warm temperatures. The only remnants of the morning deluge, and from what I heard there was a deluge, were some puddles, muddy matted grass, and show cars with tires and wheel wells spattered with mud.

In attendance were roughly 800 cars of all types from the loved old teddy bear types to the grey poupon set.

Cars Part IV, Exodus

Awards over, the exodus begins

With no nasty clouds on the horizon it was not the gridlock of last year

Bob Johnson

Kirk Blake-Dickson

Someday we hope he comes back from the Dark Side

Honda Civic SiR

Albert Koo

Taxi!
Sorry I don't know model and owner

1992 Fairway Driver owned by Gord and Wendy Welham

1995 Fairway owned by Paul Bateson

I did not know Capris were British built

Ashwin Parmar

David Holmes

Tony Fox

Bob Johnson stopped off for a bit

Mark Margetts

Mike Harris

The Long and Winding Road

We missed the exit some how and went on a wonderful tour of Bronte Creek Provincial Park. Well, it was wonderful for some of us. I basically circumnavigated the park back to the maintenance sheds where the show cars entered.

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