We had a fantastic day at The Mount Edgcumbe Classic Car Show last weekend.
After failing to get the truck down to Surrey for The Hotrod Hayride, we were pretty thrilled to make the 5 miles or so from Crafthole to Mount Edgcumbe, and even more thrilled to be a part of the convoy of fantastic cool cars and happy, smiling faces cruising their way down there via the coast road at Whitsand Bay.
After an unpromising early morning mizzle, the clouds parted, the fog lifted and we had a spectacular day of sunshine (Lisa still has the sunburn on her dazzling white pegs to show for it!)
We decided to take a few of our in-progress upcycling projects on the back of the truck which made for a rather nice display, and having packed plenty of tea-making necessities, we bedded in for the day and had a wonderful time meeting other exhibitors and members of the public.
It was an absolute pleasure to be out in the pick-up enjoying the Cornish sun, taking a day to get out and meet people, and to finally get to be a part of this scene. Thanks to everyone who stopped by for a chat, for all the positive feedback, and to Bob Edgcumbe and the huge team of people who make this event possible very year. We'll be seeing y'all again next year, ya hear?
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