Weebly is messing about again this evening the latest version if their app is pretty rubbish and it just crashes out and you lose everything you've typed. We had a great meal last night where we are staying at the old school house near comber. We declined breakfast this morning as we thought we should have an early start getting to the museum which was about thirty minutes away. We hadn't reckoned on northern Irish time which meant we were the only ones there for quite some time this morning. The day started of dull wet and breezy and freezing cold.we got the sales stand up with minimal problems and shrouded ourselves in the tarpaulins to keep everything dry. We met lots of people for the first time and a lot that often come over to the English rallies. Two bus owners found pictures I'd taken circa 1980 of their actual buses and another spotted a friend who was at the stand driving that year.. When the buses started arriving they seemed to go on for quite a wheel and certainly a lot that I'd never seen before although there were some that were expected which didn't make it including one from the south no mean feat sorting out a breakdown on a preserved bus. We had a better days trading than Mandy did at Cobham last week although the expenses getting here wipe out any profit.the weather faired up as the morning went on albeit still cold at least its warm in our digs. There a small lounge with tea and coffee making and biscuits near our room which is spacious and warm forgive going on about warmth but it seems very important with the bitter wind, chance of snow on Monday in Belfast although it could be sunny again.I though the turnout today was pretty good and it included a lot of our friends from the potteries who cane in a Beresford's bus. The pops rally goes ahead at the stoke brittania stadium again this year its only a few weeks away. When we drove to the rally there were election banners for the greens ukip and conservatives it was strange to think we were actually I. Northern Ireland.
PMP Sponsors the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust at Kirkby.