Unapologetic insolence from an aging subversive

Unapologetic insolence from an aging subversive

Friday, 20 April 2012

Roaming in the Gloaming.

The Gloaming is an old English word for dusk or gloom.
The country is beginning to brown up. Photo by Jess.



























It's entirely appropriate as a term to describe our MX5 club run last Sunday, as gloomy and dusky it was indeed.
It was murky. Photo by Jess.

This is an NC. Photo by Jess.


















































It was still great fun, except perhaps for the dash along the Heifer Creek road on the way back to Toowoomba. The tyres on my little beast are old, hard, and on the last 20% of tread life.

This is us. You can't see my white knuckles on the wheel. Photo by Jess.

Tiptoeing along through the rain and mist in convoy was a stern test of concentration, as the convoy leader was on new tyres.
More convoy work. Silver is popular. Photo by Jess.



























I discovered that attempting to put the top up whilst waiting at the lights is best avoided. After trying it three times, but running out of red light each time, we continued en plein aire.

Harry and Andrea. Photo by Jess.



























This led to another discovery. If you maintain speed above 80kph you stay dry.

The blue one is an NA.































The better photos are taken by Jess with her zoom-equipped Canon.

The magnificient seven. Photo by Jess.
Tops up by now.....

2 comments:

cav said...

I'll take the Maroon one

1735099 said...

Nice, but not the real deal - too many luxury touches makes it heavy. The NB is the best compromise, and best fun to drive.

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