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As promised to Jack, here are the snaps also seen elsewhere. I have a lot still to edit and tidy - so this will take time to complete. I haven't put any snaps up on here for ages. Patience please.....

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Here some more. These have all been from the Friday evening, including the driver's briefing - described by one clever soul as the Sherman on the Mount.

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The kick off. Time at the campsite before the convoy headed off. If you spot yourself, let me know...unless you know I know who you are then...well, you understand what I mean. I have been awol for a while and there are some faces I might not necessarily know.

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The snap of the Chaffee and one of the Sherman pix in this set were taken by my son James. Rosie calls him the Whippersnapper. He he. He is 6 ft 2". That girl has a sense of humour.

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Getting Sloppy But Safe round the tight junction. I jumped out Colin's WC63 to snap the whole upcoming sequence series. James stayed in the truck and got the last two snaps, which I sadly make an appearance in. I was the pillock in HBTs with the Photographer helmet and P brassard. There's a first time for everything....

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Fanbloomingtastic weekend!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D:D:D

 

Thanks for them Snapper. You managed to get my best side again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The big challenge for the driver and his chums was the Diamond T hauling the M4 HST. Fisheye lens adds to the mix. This was stunning to watch...but the muscle power required is another matter!

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This batch includes a well known wine taster....last seen in the Hayling Island Majestic warehouse flinging around the Colombard....

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Some great snaps there Mark, being stuck at the back doing breakdown assistance we were either standing still for ages or going like hell to catch up,:sweat: as a consequence didn't really see anything.

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