It was a bit chilly as we had a catch up with AW and Simon getting his first look at the bent archer. Off round to the meet up and a hang about but as nobody showed the chilly 2 headed off. It was Baltic and Simon wasn’t getting heat I to hands or feet. Onwards to Murthly and Dunkeld with a quick blast on the A9 from the station to the Amulree turn.
Off up the long drag and spy a group or cyclist each with their B.O.B loaded trailers. A quick where you heading and Dornoch being the response. These tourers were soon replaced by the noise of large bore engines coming our way. Car after car of pre-war cars on the Flying Scotsman reliability run. A quick check once home revealed that over 100 of the cars had left Lincolnshire on Friday and were due to finish at Gleneagles today. Some magnificent cars and oh the noise.
The option for Aberfeldy had been abandoned due to the wind and cold so off down the sma glen to the symphony of big engines and along to GlenAlmond and Methven then into Perth for a warming cuppa. Fuelled and warm it was out to Guildtown and up the hill heading back to our start. Having been frozen earlier I was now over dressed and cooking my face a lovely puce according to Simon. We still managed to race for the village 30!